Biodynamic wine. Apparently, this is a touchy issue in the wine world, and I’m not going to poke that bear. I don’t have a beef with biodynamic winemaking, I just don’t get it. Which is a little annoying, because I’ve tasted biodynamic wines that are exceptional. Are they exceptional because they’re biodynamic? Dunno. I can’t wrap my brain around it. Biodynamic wine reminds me of an eccentric uncle — a little left of weird, but probably harmless.
So what’s the difference between organic and biodynamic wine? Biodynamic wine isn’t organic, it’s über-organic. Organic wine is made with certified organically grown grapes and no added sulfites, chemicals, or additives. Biodynamic wine does all that and throws in astrology and lunar cycles.
Seriously. Nancy Reagan would LOVE this stuff.
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