I haven’t. Chosen side. Should I go for the guys who follows the phases of the moon, the biodynamics, or should I stick to the empirical track and what we know, we know? Perhaps [...]
First of all; would you consider spending 50 Euro’s on a Blaufränkisch? I know, blau what you think. Secondly; are you prepared to give it perhaps up to a decade in the cellar before starting to pop?
Blaufränkisch has all the potential to become a favorite amongst wine consumers. It has a racy structure with [...]
Some call it a hoax. At the other side stands those who’s seen the Matrix. A majority of the wine consumers has most likely not made up their minds yet – or even tasted a biodynamic wine. But let’s face it; biodynamic farming isn’t a movement just passing by. It’s here to stay [...]
“All the biodynamic wines are more floral.” The statement comes from Perez Palacios at the Palacios family’s Bierzo project in Spain.*
I couldn’t agree more and this summer has – on several red wine occasions – proven Mr. Palacio’s claim to be spot on. In a good to great Pinot Noir I [...]
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