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Biodynamic and Organic Wine

There’s a lot of talk about organic and biodynamic viticulture on the grapevine at the moment. As people have become more conscious of eating organically and knowing exactly where their food is coming from, it’s understandable they want to drink more naturally and become familiar with the journey from grape to glass.

Consumer demand for sustainable, organic and high-quality produce has never been higher. Although it’s a growing concept, many winemakers around the world are now adopting a more natural approach when it comes to wine and production techniques.

The term “organic” is one most people are familiar with, but “biodynamic” is less well known and a concept that can be bit harder to grasp. Both organic and biodynamic winemakers prohibit the use of pesticides, herbicides or genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Both processes focus on sustainability

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