Posted 23 June 2003 - 09:31 AM
It seems that the concept of biodyanimc farming (in the absolutist sense, not just heightened organic farming) is gathering momentum as a viticultural practice, both in Europe and America. I'm curious to know what your tasting experience has been with "biodynamie" wines: do you think the practice produces consistently better fruit? Are the wines noticeably better . . . or at least different? Do you feel this a fad of the times or a wave of the future?
Thanks for any insight you can offer . . . and thank you for visiting us!
Posted 26 June 2003 - 07:44 AM
Incidentally, when I visited Romanee Conti last Nov, Aubert de Villaine told me he had tried bio viticulture and was minded to return to simple organic as he couldn't really see enough benefits from bio.