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a farm of grapevines where wine grapes are produced

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Although there has been little research done to determine whether wines made from biodynamic vineyards are superior to those that are from sustainable farmed organic vineyards, it is gaining in popularity and is practiced by a number of prominent wineries.
Below, the Rhne Valley from the hill of Hermitage SUPERB SELECTION Some of Chapoutier''s priceless biodynamic vineyards on the hill of Hermitage
Given a couple decades of practice, we might begin to ask if Biodynamic vineyards have achieved commercial viability.
With such an abundance of grasses, flowers, and trees amongst the vines, biodynamic vineyards don't resemble the monotone, cropped look of their fertilizer-fed peers.
Those winemakers who are successful usually limit themselves to one or two biodynamic vineyards to earn the prized "Biodynamic" registered trademark awarded by Demeter.
In addition to the solar project, Grgich Hills owns the largest biodynamic vineyards in the United States -- all 366 acres in Napa are biodynamically farmed.
Grgich Hills owns the largest biodynamic vineyards in the United States - all 366 acres in Napa are biodynamically farmed.
With his wife Joy, Mr Morris runs the multi-award-winning Ancre Hill Estates vineyard at Monmouth, one of only two biodynamic vineyards in the UK.
There was an outrageously decadent sparkler from the biodynamic vineyards at Champagne Fleury; a stunning, Spanish, white, Xarel Lo, from Albet I Noya, that tasted like liquid jelly tots and a blinding red blend from the same producer, Lignum Negre, which sat so well alongside Terry's phenomenal crispy duck I almost wanted to give up all my worldly goods and join a commune.