Biodynamic Wines

Biodynamic wines are wines that employ organic methods but also using further farming methods that in other words, consider the soil, both during and in the post-harvest process, as a self-sustainable ecosystem.
This means that all the animals, plants, bacteria and even the moon have influence on the harvest and therefore are used in its favor, according to Rudolf Steiner’s formulas, following a planting calendar that depends upon astronomical configurations and treating the earth as a living and receptive organism.
If you are questioning yourself on if efficacy, grape growers and winemakers who have adopted biodynamic methods, are claiming huge improvements in their vineyards, from their health, specifically in the areas of biodiversity, soil fertility and crop nutrition to pest, weed, and disease control.