Tag: biodynamic wine

As nature intended: Jane Anson on low-intervention wine

Low-intervention winemaking is not a passing fad or fashion, explains wine writer Jane Anson. The Inside Bordeaux author believes it’s a philosophy that will change the way we drink for the better. Today, the idea of low-intervention wines has exploded. “The category may still have only a small impact commercially,” says New York Times wine […]

Lunacy: the increasing obsession with biodynamics

Biodynamic winemaking continues to take centre stage in the debate of both its use and meaning. Is it all moonshine? We asked Alexis Self to find out. It is estimated that every two years, more data is added to the universe than in the entirety of human existence before that point. A not inconsiderable amount […]

The toast maker

Domaine Thibault Liger-Belair is home to the eponymous winemaker whose biodynamic vines encompass Richebourg, Clos de Vougeot and Nuits-St Georges Les St Georges. Here he shares his philosophy on all things vinous – and explains how he got into cooperage. I believe that 80 percent of the work should be done in the vineyards.  Always […]