The underlying idea of organic agriculture is the respect for the soil, plants, man, life in all of its diversity as well as physical, physicochemical and above all ecologic integrity. Less manipulated, a soil will give origin to a more authentic wine, utmost expression of the terroir of the place and of the vine where it was created.
In late 2006, the biodynamics work was set in motion. Its purpose was to explore and take even further the search for harmony between the soil, plants, animals and man. Following the teachings set off by Rudolf Steiner, the father of anthroposophy, we began using the biodynamic preparations (made with natural products such as cow manure or quartz a.k.a silica). These were used in homeopathic doses to stimulate processes in the soil and plants, hence promoting a close relationship between the vegetable kingdom and animal world, in which the presence of the animals themselves is often included.