Photo courtesy of www.lovewashingtonwine.com.

Photo courtesy of www.lovewashingtonwine.com

Here’s a flashback to 2007’s Time Magazine article about Biodynamic® wines. In it, the reporter states, “Think of biodynamic as überorganic.” She isn’t far from the truth on the surface, as Biodynamic® practices provide compelling natural solutions to almost all products.

The articles continues, “But while organic wine might be good for the earth, is it any better for your palate than regular wine? Some biodynamic wines are definitely worth the slight bump up in price, like the citrusy Patianna Sauvignon Blanc or the Domaine de la Renjarde Côtes du Rhône Villages, with its earthy berry notes. “What you are tasting is that specific soil, that sun, those grapes,” says acclaimed sommelier Sterling Roig. “These wines have an incredible purity about them.”

Purity indeed.

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