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November 14, 2007



Hi Bert - thanks so much for participating. this, like most everything you write, is full of insight and soul, and i enjoyed reading it very much. you leave for the end one of most disturbing and thought provoking things in the whole post - the difference in color between the conventional rows and the organic rows. And the question of the impact on the wine - thanks again for participating, and enjoy your next visits and tastings-neil

David McDuff

Hello Bert,
Welcome to WBW! Further to Brooklynguy's comment, I had a very similar experience when visiting the biodynamically farmed estate of François Barmès a few years back.


No leaves were left on the vines in February but there was a marked difference in the soil color and texture between the vines of Barmès and the fertilized, herbicized and tractor-trodden vineyards surrounding them.



looks delicious! It seems that I can't find some of his wines in Japan. That's sorry, but I will remember the name. Thank you for the nice article.

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