Tag Archives: Biodynamic WIne

Of Cow Horns and the Cosmos

Biodynamics is a small but rapidly growing style of winemaking. Basically put, biodynamics is “Extreme Organics,” going way beyond avoidance of chemical fertlizers, pesticides and herbicides to include some rather esoteric practices. The wackiest of these is probably the only … Continue reading

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A Toast to Earth Day

Today is a day to celebrate our planet. Heck – the government has finally acknowledged that we’re killing it with greenhouse gases. Maybe now we can take some steps to help the environment. One step might be to support earth-friendly … Continue reading

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Montirius CĂ´tes du RhĂ´ne 2007

Montirius hits the stony, mineral side of RhĂ´ne wines. It is tight and focused, delicious and very much alive. Increasingly I find myself saying “focused” and “lively” about wines that impress me. This one impresses me. I won’t recite a recipe … Continue reading

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