Biodynamics consider the plant and its environment as a whole, just like a living organism.
Biodynamics focuses on the interactions between soils, water, plants, animals, but also on the stars such as the moon.The goal is to promote a natural environment conducive to biodiversity, while leading to the culture of the vine: by freeing ourselves from synthetic products, we respect our land and our vineyards.
Here, the weeding is carried out mechanically, only at the feet of the vines in order to limit the competition between the grass and the vine. In some rows, you can observe various plants associated with the vine. These are called ""green manures"". These sunflowers, large radishes and other legumes can both structure the soil through their roots and maintain its fertility. Some absorb nitrates, others provide nutrients. In addition to hosting many bees and butterflies, they participate in the multiplication of many soil micro-organisms, and therefore to biodiversity.
Thanks to this work, our wines find the characteristic aromas of their terroirs.