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What's So Special About Biodynamic Wine?: Thirty-five Questions and Answers for Wine Lovers

by Antoine Lepetit de la Bigne Floris Books
Pub Date:
09/2013
ISBN:
9781782500216
Format:
Pbk 160 pages
Price:
AU$32.99 NZ$34.77
Product Status: In Stock Now
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Are biodynamic wines any better than other wines? Are biodynamic methods, much talked about but little understood, scientific or not? What's the difference between organic and biodynamic?

The popularity and availability of biodynamic wine has grown signficantly in the last few years, with more and more vineyards investing in biodynamic production. If you've ever wondered whether biodynamic wine is really worth it, and what all the fuss is about, this book is for you. In 35 clear and pertinent questions, expert biodynamic wine producer Antoine Lepetit explains what's so special about biodynamic wine.
'What's So Special About Biodynamic Wine? is a handy little book ... It gives a very useful overview and springboard for anyone who wants to study the subject.' --Richard Swann, Star and Furrow
Antoine Lepetit had a background in scientific and technical training before taking a year out to work at a vineyard and obtain the French DiplĂ´me National dOenologue as well as a Masters in Viticulture. Since 2008 he has been assistant director at the Domaine Leflaive (Puligny-Montrachet) in Burgundy in eastern France, a pioneer in biodynamic wine production since the 1990s.