Top 10 Biodynamic Wines


Biodynamic Wines

Based on the work of Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner, biodynamic viticulture combines many of the same practices of Organic viticulture but goes further. Biodynamic viticulture views the vineyard as one solid organism, each portion of the vineyard contributing to the next, creating a self-sustaining ecosystem. Naturally occurring materials, soils, and composts are used to sustain the vineyard, and often, a range of farm animals from chickens to horses to sheep live on the soil to fertilise it. Chemical fertilisers and pesticides are forbidden. Biodynamics can also have a more spiritual approach involving the lunar calendar to guide the timing of vineyard activity. See our entire range of Biodynamic wines here.