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           LIVING GREEN - Tuesday, July 29, 2008
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Good morning, 

Next time you are in the mood for a glass of wine, consider 
making it biodynamic. Biodynamic wines are becoming much 
more widely available, and many are highly regarded, as well 
as better for the Earth.

Scroll down to find out more about biodynamic winemaking and 
farming. 

Thanks for reading, 

Your Living Green editor 


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Biodynamic farming is based on the precise observation and 
an attempt at balance of nature, a concept originated by the 
early Twentieth Century Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner. 
So, biodynamic wine is not only 100 percent organic, in 
addition, the grower has gone beyond to try to bring the 
farming process more closely in tune with nature. For in-
stance, biodynamic wine growers may make their own compost 
and/or watch the stars and planets to time what they do.

The goal of biodynamic winemaking is to view the vineyard as 
a complete living system. It's about the soil, insects, and 
other vegetation and animals that inhabit space in the vine-
yard -- all working in harmony to bring you some incredible 
tasting wines.

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