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Organic and Biodynamic wine

What's the difference between Organic and Biodynamic?To understand the difference between organic and biodynamic wine, first it shall be a little background.

Wine is the product of two processes: wine growing and winemaking. Wine growing encompasses planting, farming and harvesting grapes in the vineyard. Winemaking includes crushing, transforming and bottling these grapes into stuff you might sip by the glass at your favorite restaurant.

Organic wine

Though the legal definition of organically grown wine varies from country to country, here's the gist: organic wine is made from grapes grown according to government-regulated principles of organic farming. Using the "organic" label means that the wine has been certified by a licensed third-party organization and has been grown, harvested, processed and packaged according to rigorous standards. In France, organic certification was introduced in 1985. It has established a green-white logo of "AB - agriculture biologique". The certification for the AB label fulfills the EU regulations for organic food. Also most of the organic wines approved by the Ecocert. Ecocert is an organic certification organization, founded in France in 1991.

Organic grapes are cultivated in vineyards banning the use of artificial inputs, including synthetic fertilizers, herbicides, fungicides and pesticides. In organic vineyards, a bountiful growing year relies instead on maintaining strict standards for soil health—for example, upping biodiversity through crop rotation.

In the fermenting and bottling phase of winemaking, organic wines cannot contain added sulfites. Sulfites—also known as sulfur dioxide, a naturally occurring preservative in most wines and an inherent by-product of alcoholic fermentation—can be manually added by the winemaker to up the sulfite level in their bottle of vino, thereby increasing its lifespan. If a winemaker opts to add sulfites, but otherwise follows organic farming practices, the wines can't be labeled "organic." However, they can be classified as wine "made from organic grapes."

Biodynamic wine

Biodynamic wine adheres to all organic criteria, plus some (or all) of the doctrines established in the late 1920s by Rudolph Steiner, an Austrian philosopher and academic known for exploring the synthesis of science and spirituality. To put it simply, biodynamics is the practice of viewing the vineyard as an ecological entity regarded from the soil up.

At the base level, this means increasing soil fertility by barring the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. Biodynamics, then, is organic wine taken a step further: just as the care for your health shouldn't prioritize lungs over kidneys, so must a vineyard operate as a series of balanced interactions. Planting, harvesting and pruning practices are determined by a specific calendar, taking into account both lunar cycles and the position of the sun and planets.

Like organic wine, "biodynamic" is a registered certification with a definite roster of requirements. Wines labeled "biodynamic" will have approved recognition from the Demeter Association, a branch of Demeter International—the nonprofit organized in 1928 following Steiner's first lectures on biodynamics in agriculture. There is also certification from official body Biodyvin.

All wines produced by biodynamic methods are also certified as organic.

Organic wines

Biodynamic wines

Pratello "Torazzo" Valtenesi 2013


Italy • Lombardy • Valtenesi • Red • 75 cl • 13°
Vivino:  3,7

Varenr. 111062

Pratello Sant'Emiliano Chiaretto Valtenesi Rosato 2016


Italy • Lombardy • Garda • Rosé • 75 cl • 12,5°
Luca Maroni:  91
Vivino:  3,6

Varenr. 111061

Pratello Riesling 2015


Italy • Lombardy • Benaco Bresciano • White • 75 cl • 12,5°
Luca Maroni:  92 (2017)
Vivino:  3,5

Varenr. 111060

Pratello "Vasori" 2015


Italy • Lombardy • Garda • Red • 75 cl • 13°
Vivino:  3,6

Varenr. 111064

Pratello Lugana Catulliano 2016


Italy • Lombardy • Lugana • White • 75 cl • 12,5°
Luca Maroni:  91 (2017)
Wine Enthusiast:  90
Vivino:  3,8

Varenr. 111058

Pratello Lieti Conversari Incrocio Manzoni Bianco 2015


Italy • Lombardy • Benaco Bresciano • White • 75 cl • 13,5°
Luca Maroni:  92
Wine Enthusiast:  89
Vivino:  4

Varenr. 111059

Pratello "Mille 1" Rebo 2015


Italy • Lombardy • Garda • Red • 75 cl • 13,5°
Luca Maroni:  93
Vivino:  3,7

Varenr. 111066

G De Château Guiraud 2017

Château Guiraud

France • Bordeaux Blanc • White • 75 cl • 13,5°
J. Robinson:  17
Wine Spectator:  90-93
James Suckling:  91-92

Varenr. 107001

Pratello Nero per Sempre 2013


Italy • Lombardy • Red • 75 cl • 15,5°
Luca Maroni:  91 (2015)
Vivino:  Among world's top 1%
Vivino:  4,2

Varenr. 111067

Le Seuil de Mazeyres 2015

2nd wine Château Mazeyres

France • Bordeaux • Pomerol • Red • 75 cl

Varenr. 192514

Château Pavillon Beauregard 2015

Château Beauregard

France • Bordeaux • Lalande de Pomerol • Red • 75 cl • 14°
James Suckling:  92-93
Vinous Antonio Galloni:  91

Varenr. 107013

Domaine Gilles Robin Cuvée Albéric Bouvet 2014


France • Rhone • Crozes Hermitage • Red • 75 cl • 13,5
Robert Parker:  87

Varenr. 100436

Benjamin de Beauregard 2013

2nd wine Château Beauregard

France • Bordeaux • Pomerol • Red • 75 cl • 13°
 
LEVERING I TRÆKASSE 

Varenr. 100198

G De Château Guiraud 2016

Château Guiraud

France • Bordeaux Blanc • White • 150 cl • 13,5°
Robert Parker:  87-89
Wine Spectator:  90-93
 

Varenr. 194877

Château Guiraud 2015

1er Grand Cru Classé

France • Bordeaux • Sauternes • White • 37,5 cl • 13,5°
Robert Parker:  94+
Wine Spectator:  95
Decanter:  93
James Suckling:  96-97
René Gabriel:  20
Jancis Robinson:  17,5
 
LEVERING I TRÆKASSE 

Varenr. 100813

G De Château Guiraud 2017

Château Guiraud

France • Bordeaux Blanc • White • 150 cl • 13,5°
J. Robinson:  17
Wine Spectator:  90-93
James Suckling:  91-92

Varenr. 107323

Benjamin de Beauregard 2014

2nd wine Château Beauregard

France • Bordeaux • Pomerol • Red • 75 cl • 13°
 
LEVERING:  TRÆKASSE

Varenr. 101059

Château Grand Corbin-Despagne 2014

Saint-Emilion Grand Cru Classé

France • Bordeaux • Saint-Emilion • Red • 75 cl • 13,5°
Robert Parker:  90-92
Wine Spectator:  88-91
James Suckling:  93

Varenr. 100293

Clos Puy Arnaud Cuvée Pervenche 2015


France • Bordeaux • Castillon Сotés de Bordeaux • Red • 75 cl • 14°
Robert Parker:  86-88
Wine Spectator:  90
Decanter:  90
Jancis Robinson:  16

Varenr. 107003

Benjamin de Beauregard 2015

2nd Wine Château Beauregard

France • Bordeaux • Pomerol • Red • 75 cl • 13,8°
James Suckling:  93
 
LEVERING:  TRÆKASSE

Varenr. 107097

Château Fonroque 2016

Grand Cru Classé

France • Bordeaux • Saint-Emilion • Red • 75 cl • 13°
Neal Martin:  93-95
Wine Spectator:  93
Decanter:  93
James Suckling:  90
Jancis Robinson:  16
 
LEVERING I TRÆKASSE 

Varenr. 100743

Château Beauregard 2013


France • Bordeaux • Pomerol • Red • 75 cl • 13°
Robert Parker:  83
 

Varenr. 100196

Château Fleur Cardinale 2013

Grand Cru Classé

France • Bordeaux • Saint-Emilion • Red • 75 cl • 13°
Robert Parker:  89-91
Wine Spectator:  88-91
 
LEVERING I TRÆKASSE 

Varenr. 100287

Caiarossa 2013


Italy • Toscana • Red • 75 cl • 14°
Robert Parker:  94
Wine Spectator:  94
James Suckling:  95
Veronelli:  88
Bibenda (5):  
 
LEVERING I TRÆKASSE 

Varenr. 104864

Château Fleur Cardinale 2014

Grand Cru Classé

France • Bordeaux • Saint-Emilion • Red • 75 cl • 14°
Robert Parker:  89-91
Wine Spectator:  90-93
Decanter:  15,5
James Suckling:  94
 
LEVERING I TRÆKASSE 

Varenr. 100286

Château Beauregard 2014


France • Bordeaux • Pomerol • Red • 75 cl • 13,5°
Robert Parker:  86-88
James Suckling:  91
 
LEVERING I TRÆKASSE 

Varenr. 100463

Château Guiraud 2015

1er Grand Cru Classé

France • Bordeaux • Sauternes • White • 75 cl • 13,5°
Robert Parker:  94+
Wine Spectator:  95
Decanter:  93
James Suckling:  96-97
René Gabriel:  20
Jancis Robinson:  17,5
 
LEVERING I TRÆKASSE 

Varenr. 100722

Château Fleur Cardinale 2015

Grand Cru Classé

France • Bordeaux • Saint-Emilion • Red • 75 cl • 15°
Robert Parker:  92
Wine Spectator:  93
Decanter:  91
James Suckling:  96
Jancis Robinson:  16
 
LEVERING:  TRÆKASSE

Varenr. 107130

Château Fleur Cardinale 2016

Grand Cru Classé

France • Bordeaux • Saint-Emilion • Red • 75 cl • 14,5°
Neal Martin:  92-94
Wine Spectator:  92-95
Decanter:  92
James Suckling:  94-95
Antonio Galloni:  92-95
Jancis Robinson:  17
Jeff Leve:  94-96
LEVERING I TRÆKASSE 

Varenr. 100741

Château Dauzac 2014

5ème Grand Cru Classé

France • Bordeaux • Margaux • Red • 75 cl • 13.5°
Decanter:  17
James Suckling:  91-92
Jancis Robinson:  16,5
 
LEVERING I TRÆKASSE 

Varenr. 104155

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