Organic and biodynamic wine

The vines we grow in organic farming and biodynamics cover 55 hectares. The wines that we propose, owe their richness to the various exposures and nature of the soil. Our different products are DEMETER and AB certified: find out more. Beyond the organic culture, natural work without pesticides, chemical fertilizers, or insecticides,  biodynamic culture is a global approach that works on the valorization of the soil and the plants in their natural environment.

Founded in 1924 by German philosopher Rudolf Steiner, Biodynamics can be summed up in three key points: 

- The use of exclusively natural preparations (silica, cow dung, plant essential oil infusions)

- The application of these preparations at specific moments in the lunar cycle: this is the dynamic part.

- Preparation of the land

Effects of biodynamics​

On the ground:

Better structuring of the soil. Water is immediately integrated into the soil.

No erosion during a storm (easier to plough).

In the vines :

Shape of the vines with a lot of verticality, the tendrils point to the top.

Suppleness and resistance of vine leaves (little trimming which leads to less internodal growth and subsequent secondary bunches.

A more airy vine, visible and well-spaced grapes.

Very good sanitary conditions

In the wines :

Good balance: full phenological maturity, better digestibility. The wines are in harmony with the organism.

The wines have more purity, balance and energy.

To know more about the preparations of horn silica and horn dung.