As a wine drinker, it’s important to know what goes into your vino. Like anything we eat and drink, there’s a story of how it got from soil to table. The wine you drink is a powerful instrument of change, each sip a vote for what kind of planet future generations will inherit. Thankfully, you’ve got options beyond that bottle of supermarket value wine, the same way you can choose between conventional produce that was harvested out of season and shipped from 1000 miles away. Rising concerns of climate change, oppressive social and economic systems, and the long term economic viability of the wine market has led to a resurgence in traditional winemaking processes that diverge from conventional viticulture.
Learn all about biodynamic farming and discover why some of the most recognized names in winemaking depend on them to create their signature bottles.
You’re probably familiar with organic, sustainable farming, but what if there were an even better way to farm? A method that nourished all elements of the land, from microorganisms to livestock? Well, there is. Biodynamic farming is inherently sustainable, ethical, and organic, and it’s revolutionizing the wine industry. If you’re ready to discover wines that are truly worth your attention, read on.