Monty's organic/BD stock take - what has changed
20 Sep 2013 by Guest contributor
See our guide to this week's comprehensive stock take on the extent of organic and biodynamic viticulture in the world today. Monty Waldin writes: Overall, one can say that since I wrote the Organic Wine Guide in the late 1990s there is less of a fear factor about 'going green' from a viticultural perspective, as most wine-growers have at least one near-neighbour practising organics or biodynamics. But, while organic wine is no longer a curiosity, its biodynamic counterpart still slightly is, its mixture of muck and mysticism both intriguing, infuriating, over-promoted or under-appreciated, depending on...

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