Grapes grown according to the principles of Rudolf Steiner. The basis of biodynamic agriculture is “humus” created by filling a cow horn with dung and burying it from November to March. This is known as “500” because there are 500 million microorganisms per gram of it. When mixed with water that has been run through a double vortex and sprayed on the soil in the vineyard, the humus sends them out like bulldozers to de-compact, enrich and enliven the soil. The fundamental concept is balancing all aspects of the farm, the vineyard, and the soil, even paying attention to moon cycles.

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