- Authors: THIERRY WEBER, BERTRAND MAC GAW & OLIVIER HUMBRECHT
- Publisher: Éditions Tonnerre de l'Est
- Language: French
- Release date: 09/2017
- Number of pages: 64
- Dimensions: 21 x 21 cm
- Weight: 250g
- Format: hardcover
- ISBN: 9782954031651
We learn in his cosmos that Miche l'Onfray has never tasted a single biodynamic wine that was good, and that. the principle of the culture of biodynamic wines would be a matter of "magical thinking" inspired by a great "ignorant": Rudolf Steiner (1861-1924).
Biodynamics and its wines, however "planetary successes", should be seen as a success story. Strange success! But what is it precisely, with these wines and these growers? From what little-known science does the absolutely ecological biodynamic viticulture draw its principles and practice? And why do some very prestigious wineries, led by enlightened personalities, grow their wines biodynamically today?
Slipping like a paragraph necklace around the graceful neck of great wines, this book answers the Caen thinker's hangover with humor!
Thierry Weber, a faithful pen of Éditions Tonnerre de l'Est, teaches philosophy and writes essays on wine.
Master of Wine, agricultural engineer, Olivier Humbrecht manages the Zind-Humhrecht estate and presides over the International Union of Winegrowers in Bio-Dynarny, Biodyvin.
Illustrations by Bertrand Mac Gaw.
The product is not available? Chat with us online to find out about the next shipment!