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Does A Blind Sampling of Wine Prove Biodynamics Work?

Does A Blind Sampling of Wine Prove Biodynamics Work?

Maybe. It’s undeniable that biodynamic wines have a distinct (some would say superior) taste when compared to conventionally grown wines.  Why? It more than likely has to do with the fact biodynamic farming is by default organic. Besides, biodynamic farmers tend to be a self-selecting group of farmers who are incredibly passionate about their work, treating it as much as an artwork as a product. Even if these farmers weren't practicing biodynamics, they'd still probably be producing a superior bottle of wine. 

Image: Dave Dugdale / Flickr

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