Personally, I don’t seek out biodynamic wine, but I do find it a fascinating method of winemaking. I recently had the chance to review a book on the process and some of its practitioners for Organic Wine Journal. Whether you’re a biodynamic wine enthusiast or a skeptic who thinks it’s something only dirty hippies and Sting are into, you’ll learn something new from Voodoo Vintners: Oregon’s Astonishing Biodynamic Winegrowers (Oregon State University Press/Corvallis). Renowned wine writer Katherine Cole paints a picture of biodynamicism as a spiritual, “beyond organic” style of farming, practiced by “off-the-wall characters making wines in an unconventional way.”
To read the full review of Catherine Cole’s Voodoo Vintners, hop on over to Organic Wine Journal.
Do you drink biodynamic wine?