Biodynamic tasting

This weekend staff at Berrys’ Factory Outlet in Basingstoke opened a range of biodynamic wines for customers to taste alongside wines from non-biodynamic producers. The successful event was held at the tasting table in the shop, with Berrys’ staff at hand to educate customers on the principles of biodynamics and guide them through the tasting table, […]

Biodynamic wine and the WSTA

Gavin Partington, Head of Communications at The Wine and Spirit Trade Association, answers some questions about their view on biodynamic wines Wine Matters: What is the WSTA’s official line on biodynamic wine production? Gavin Partington: The increasing popularity of biodynamic wine production stems in large part from the growing interest in methods of organic food production.  […]

Biodynamics at Felton Road

By Nigel Greening, Felton Road, New Zealand It’s about minus 1 outside, snow well down on the mountains and the vintage, though only about five weeks ended, seems an eternity away. This is a time of year when there is a stark contrast between our vineyards and those of our neighbours who farm conventionally: perhaps more […]

Innovative Roederer launches new website

Louis Roederer, a wonderful family-owned Champagne house founded in 1776, has a tremendous reputation for quality and the successful marriage of tradition and innovation. To stay ahead of the game, the house has now also launched a new interactive website designed by Paris-based French agency Duke, which intends to embrace innovation by involving the user […]