Gérard Bertrand has released a £150 Languedoc expression that he describes as the result of a “spiritual journey” incorporating biodynamics and quantum theory.
This year’s cool, wet summer in Champagne favoured biodynamic viticultural practices, according to Roederer’s chef de cave.
Anne-Claude Leflaive, head of leading white Burgundy producer Domaine Leflaive has won the 2014 Winemakers’ Winemaker Award.
The trial of a Burgundian producer who has refused to spray his vines against flavescence dorée because he practices biodynamics begins today.
Bordeaux is embracing pioneering viticultural and winemaking techniques according to three estates, which have grouped together in order to promote themselves and the region.
Burgundy’s improved vineyard practices have thrust the region into a new golden age, according to Jacques Devauges, technical director at Domaine de l’Arlot.
Chablis is embracing organic viticultural practices as a new generation of growers attempts to protect the region’s valuable soils
Bordeaux first growth Château Margaux is experimenting with the “voodoo” of biodynamics, according its managing director Paul Pontallier.
Jacob’s Creek is to release its first biodynamic wine through its visitor centre in the Barossa Valley.
Second-growth Margaux property Durfort-Vivens is to employ biodynamic farming methods across its entire estate next year.
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