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Our biodynamic conversion of Clos Marey-Monge in 2017 marks our commitment to the long-term health of this historic vineyard," said Winemaker Emmanuel Sala.
Biodynamic is a close cousin of organic (farming without chemical fertilizers or pesticides), and also often uses lunar cycles and dry farming techniques.
The First Flush Darjeeling flavour becomes the only Demeter-Certified Biodynamic readyto-drink tea available across the US.
Biodynamic farming was developed in 1924 by Rudolph Steiner--philosopher, esotericist, and founder of Waldorf education.
A recent University of California cost study can help winegrowers by giving them a reference point to begin a potential budget for determining what expenses to anticipate if a winegrower is interested in certifying their vineyard as organic or Biodynamic.
Biodynamic agriculture had its beginnings in Germany about 100 years ago under the guidance of Rudolf Steiner and is now practiced in countries as diverse as China, India and Australia, the latter having the largest acreage under biodynamic cultivation.
Farm Paris Creek produces milk, yogurt, quark, butter and handcrafted soft and hard cheeses made from non-homogenized biodynamic milk.
A total of 70% of biodynamic products produced in Egypt are exported to Europe, the US, and Japan amongst other countries, according Atteya Sobhi, Manager of the Egyptian Biodynamic Association (EBDA).
He claimed the use of the biodynamic preparations would strengthen the connection between the stars and the soil.
While I must confess that I, in my simplistic ignorance, had thought that biodynamic farming was just about planting, cultivating and picking crops in line with different phases of the moon to ensure a more abundant harvest, I have since discovered that it actually comprises an entire philosophy and way of doing things.
Organic and biodynamic wines come without these chemical burdens.

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