Biodynamics is a way of growing wine that goes beyond organic, attempts to use all that the land has to offer and ties in with lunar cycles. Whatever your opinion of the practice there is no denying that some of the wines produced this way are amongst the most exciting in the world. This case includes wines from six of the best practitioners.
Judith Beck, Weissburgunder, Burgenland, Austria - A full bodied white with aromas of white peach, citrus and pear.
Clement Klur, Gentil, Alsace, France - a delicious blend of Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc and Gewürztraminer. Bouquet of white fruits and a touch of spice. Dry but full flavoured.
Angiolino Maule, La Biancara, Masieri Bianco, Veneto, Italy - From the Colli Berici. Mainly Garganega, the grape of Soave, it is dry, mineral with flavours of english apple, spice and a touch of almond. (Unfined and unfiltered so may be cloudy)
Odfjell Vineyards, Orzada Carignan, Valle del Maule, Chile - From a very old, dry farmed vineyard. Deep and intense, a full bodied red with hugely complex flavours.
Catherine et Pierre Breton, Trinch, Bourgeuil, Val de Loire, France - A deliciously quaffable, peppery Cabernet Franc. Lovely a little chilled. Trinch is Bier Keller equivalent of "cheers!"
Joan d'Anguera, Vi de Darmós, Montsant, Spain - 50/50 Garnacha/Syrah from cool, limestone soil vineyards in Catalunya. Lighter and brighter than you might expect from northern Spain, it is a real delight.
This case contains one bottle of each of these wines. If any is out of stock or becomes unavailable it will be replaced by one of equal or greater value and deliciousness.