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I am going back to the roots with another The Wine Experience Video on a topic that I recently had a long and slightly confusing conversation about: The difference between organic, biodynamic, and natural wine …
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If you are new to this channel then welcome. Consider subscribing as it is free and your opportunity to learn more about wine. If you are a returning visitor then nice to see you again! So what is the point of organic, biodynamic, and natural wines? Every movement has its counter-movement and the organic movement started at the beginning of the 20th century as a reaction to industrialization.
The impact of large-scale production and urbanization became more and more visible and some farmers and consumers became more concerned with the industrialization of agriculture in general. The use of synthesized fertilizer – invented by Justus von Liebig in the 19th century and developed for mass production at the beginning of the 20th century changed farming. And some farmers worried about the impact of those changes on the quality of the food and the health of the environment.