For some time now, there has been a real revolution in the wine sector, and in particular in the traditional methods of wine making. This is a return to the roots, often with the aim of producing wines with character, which are more personal, environmentally friendly and less standardised.
Biodynamic viticulture is an agricultural method based on the ideas of the Croatian philosopher Rudolf Steiner, born in the 19th century and founder of the anthroposophist movement.
The objective pursued and defended is the recovery of the ecosystem and the balance of the farm, by encouraging the regeneration of the biological and bacterial activity of the soil, using neither pesticides nor industrial fertilisers.
Here you have a link to the wine an producers that work following this philosophy, unique wines full of personality and sense of place.