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Out of 36 U.S. wineries, four were biodynamic. Yet they come from the tiniest fraction of vineyards. Only 3,450 acres of vines are biodynamic. What has biodynamic farming done for these wineries?
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"Pam Strayer, the author of Biodynamic Wine Finder, is the country’s foremost authority on organic and biodynamic wines and vines.
This site is must have resource for all wine lovers who want to know what wines are produced with certified biodynamic grapes.
-Elizabeth Candelario, regenerative food and wine industry consultant; former president, Demeter USA
"Pam Strayer’s coverage of the organic, and biodynamic wine world stateside is based on rigorous research ...into individual wineries' wine growing and winemaking practices."
-Monty Waldin, author, The Oxford Companion to Wine (organic and biodynamic sections) and numerous books on organic and biodynamic wines, Regional Chair for Tuscany at the Decanter World Wine Awards
"While some of the wineries with biodynamic vineyards sell biodynamically grown wines, they may also sell other wines made separately from conventionally grown grapes. How can you vote with your dollars if you don't really know what you're buying?
Fortunately, Biodynamic Wine Finder has done the research—listing only the wines from certified biodynamic vines—and can help you find wine made with your values in mind."
-Megan Kaun, Toxic Free Future