Sponsored Video: The Biodynamics of Winemaking

Learn how one winery in Napa Valley is blending time-tested, natural farming techniques with modern innovation to craft biodynamic wine.


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Instead of a glass of red or white wine tonight, how about green? In recent years, biodynamic wines have been gaining popularity in viticulture circles. The principles of biodynamic farming includes self-sufficiency, chemical-free growing and harvesting, sustainability, and relying on natural solutions rather than insecticides or fertilizers.

Learn how Grgich Winery in Napa Valley crafts wines that are wholly part of the natural environment, with innovative sustainable farming practices and no outside chemicals used in the process.

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