Biodynamic Wine

Biodynamic wines are wines made using the principles of biodynamic agriculture. Biodynamic refers to both the agricultural methods and the handling and processing of the fruit post-harvest.
Posts about Biodynamic Wine
    • It was Josmeyer’s imagination

      Domaine Josmeyer Christophe Ehrhart has a very real and specific goal as custodian of the vines and as a collaborative winemaker at L’éclat Josmeyer. “To avoid oxidized, unclear and unsound wines.” Erhart’s reality lies in his exacting state of certified organic and biodynamic agriculture. He is also a true expressionist, manifested in the feelings of love for biodynamism, ru ...

      Michael Godel/ Godelloin Riesling- 2 readers -
  • Bio & The Heavy D: Qupe’s Biodynamic Grenache

    … and products we farm. Problem used to be that so many of these wines just weren’t very good. Not any more – the current spate of certified organic and biodynamic wines made in the U.S. is impressive - like the Qupe Grenache. Qupe has long been at the forefront of winemaking in Santa Barbara County and typical of Grenache this offers soft black cherry…

    Michael Cervin/ Boozehoundz- 2 readers -
  • Viña Koyle: Cristóbal, Carmenere & Auma

    … to double that but they want their growth to be slow and steady. They currently sell some of their excess Biodynamic grapes to other local producers. The winery exports about 90% of their wines, to 35 different countries, and their top three export markets include the U.S., Belgium and the United Kingdom. Cristóbal mentioned that he desires to produce…

    Richard Auffrey/ The Passionate Foodiein Cabernet Sauvignon Syrah- 4 readers -
  • Bar Prima: Upper East Side

    …, serving wines for $7.00/glass. During my visit, I was brought on an Italian wine journey, where I explored and tasted through many popular wines on the list. The 2013 Terenzuola Vermentino is crisp and refreshing; perfect as a fall white wine. For sparking fans, or cider lovers, you must try the Menti Vino Frizzante Naturale. This Biodynamic wine…

    Sara Lehman/ Somm In The City - 3 readers -
  • Mendocino County’s green wine growers

    … Bar’s Peter Granoff, BevMo’s Jim Lombardo, 7×7 Magazine’s Courtney Humiston, Wine Business Monthly’s Mary Collen Tinney, Gary Danko’s Andrew Browne, and Writing Between the Vines’ Marcy Gordon (who once hosted me at her home for a tasting of Virginia’s best wines). I also have to thank Ann Krohn of Frey Organic Wine; Ann either asked me a question…

    John Cesano/ John on Wine- 7 readers -
  • A quick tasting note: Si Vintners Sophie

    … Dear blogger, I have to say that it’s nice to get emails from afar, but it’s even nicer when these emails state that the reason for their contact is due to this blog (yes, this very blog you are reading – for the first time in 3 months – yes, I know..). I also get emails from winemakers who would like me to taste their wine because they think…

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  • Biodynamic Rheingau Wines from Peter Jakob Kuhn

    … open and we were greeted by Andreas Spreitzer. We first apologized profusely for not having made an appointment and then asked if we might be able to taste some wines. He asked us to come into the house (it was a crisp morning and he could probably see the goose bumps running up and down our bare legs). Standing in his living room, he delivered…

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  • Good Grape Goes on Hiatus

    … lived through the prism of the wine glass… The Power of Intent in Biodynamic Wine I wrote a heady post in September about Biodynamic wine. The story is too complicated to summarize here (link to post), but one of the things that I touched on (and that interests me on an ongoing basis) is the notion of “intent” in the vineyard particularly…

    Good Grape- 1 readers -
  • Old World vs. New World in More Ways than just the Wine

    … lived through the prism of the wine glass… The Power of Intent in Biodynamic Wine I wrote a heady post in September about Biodynamic wine. The story is too complicated to summarize here (link to post), but one of the things that I touched on (and that interests me on an ongoing basis) is the notion of “intent” in the vineyard particularly…

    Good Grape- 2 readers -
  • Australian Wine:  The Once and Future King?

    … lived through the prism of the wine glass… The Power of Intent in Biodynamic Wine I wrote a heady post in September about Biodynamic wine. The story is too complicated to summarize here (link to post), but one of the things that I touched on (and that interests me on an ongoing basis) is the notion of “intent” in the vineyard particularly…

    Good Grape- 2 readers -
  • Field Notes from a Wine Life – Cover Story Edition

    … lived through the prism of the wine glass… The Power of Intent in Biodynamic Wine I wrote a heady post in September about Biodynamic wine. The story is too complicated to summarize here (link to post), but one of the things that I touched on (and that interests me on an ongoing basis) is the notion of “intent” in the vineyard particularly…

    Good Grape- 2 readers -
  • Field Notes from a Wine Life – Autumnal Equinox Edition

    … lived through the prism of the wine glass… The Power of Intent in Biodynamic Wine I wrote a heady post in September about Biodynamic wine. The story is too complicated to summarize here (link to post), but one of the things that I touched on (and that interests me on an ongoing basis) is the notion of “intent” in the vineyard particularly…

    Good Grape- 2 readers -
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