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For two ideological adversaries, they seemed to agree on an awful lot. When they didn't, the essence of their conflict emerged - but those moments were sadly infrequent, and too much of the...

Tags:  biodynamics

Update 5 Dec 2011: The WSET has filmed the debate (see the news from the forum ) and Richard Hemming gives us a firsthand account . On Thursday 1 December at the headquarters of the Wine...

Tags:  organic, biodynamics

Master of Wine Beverley Blanning (pictured) has just written a usefully fresh and reasonably objective booklet Biodynamics in Wine , published as part of a series of very varied booklets by the...

Tags:  biodynamics

UK specialist organic wine importer Vintage Roots has clearly been checking their biodynamic calendar because I did this tasting on a flower day, and whether or not that had an effect, it was...

The influence of the moon and the star constellations on how a wine tastes on a particular day has already been discussed in Moody burgundy and other (fairy?) stories and on the forum ; and in...

San Francisco barrel broker Mel Knox wrote this in 2001 and, in the noble spirit of recycling, has sent it for us to savour, in response to this question on members’ forum as to whether...

Tags:  oak, biodynamics, organic

Paul Howard of www.winealchemy.com has submitted the following report on a recent tasting of some particularly intriguing wines.   Frédéric Grappe of Dynamic Wines...

Tags:  biodynamics

22 feb: See also Traveller's tales and BD David Schildknecht, OH:   The critical question is whether one’s vines, wines and environment are better...

Tags:  biodynamics

Visiting a wine producer near Perpignan in the far south of France last August, I was surprised to bump into one of my fellow wine writers Monty Waldin reaching deep into a sack of dried nettle...

Tags:  biodynamics, Agly

Jason Palma, Sam's Wine & Spirits, Chicago: Some viticulturists subscribe to biodynamics as an article of faith.  Other viticulturists are unduly uxorious towards their vines.  Perhaps...

Tags:  biodynamics

As one who can always see both sides of every argument and who spends her life sitting rather boringly on the fence, I am fascinated by the depth of emotion stirred up by the subjects of organic...

Tags:  biodynamics

John Goodwin, London: You mentioned Les Baux de Provence in the Weekend FT . Is this anything to do with Domaine de Trevallon? My vegan about-to-be 17 year old son was intrigued by the idea of...

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If you don’t enjoy drinking wine then this article is not for you. If all you ever want to do with a wine is sip it in cautious doses, then what follows will not interest you. But if you like...

Tags:  biodynamics

John Cottrell, London: I have read that Pavie-Macquin grows its grapes biodynamically. I would like to try it. Could you suggest a good vintage to try (to your taste) since it turned...

Tags:  biodynamics

One of the great mysteries of the wine world is why the British are so bad at Italian wine. American, German, Swiss and Austrian importers have been plundering Italy's cellars for their finest...

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