Going back to nature: the UK’s first biodynamic vineyard

11th March, 2013 by Lucy Shaw

Sedlescombe Vineyard in East Sussex is a true pioneer of organic, and now biodynamic, viticulture.

SEDLESCOMBE ORGANIC Vineyard in East Sussex likes being first. Not only was it the first vineyard in the UK to be certified organic in 1979, but it has recently released the UK’s first biodynamic wine, aptly named “First Release”, whose label features the moon, a nod to the incorporation of lunar and cosmic rhythms in the winery’s farming methods.

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A biodynamic first for the UK
In December 2010, Sedlescombe released the UK’s first biodynamic wine, aptly named “First Release”, a dry white blend of Bacchus, Rivaner, and Solaris. The label carries the….

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