Wines & Vines
Monday | 06 December 2010
By Jon Tourney
Experts and practitioners exchange views and experiences about farming method
Rutherford, Calif. -- A short course on Biodynamic winegrowing Dec. 2 drew a capacity crowd of 190 to Napa Valley’s Rutherford Grange Hall. Hosted by Demeter USA, the non-profit certification organization for Biodynamic farming based in Philomath, Ore., and the University of California Cooperative Extension, attendees included current and potential practitioners of Biodynamic viticulture and winemaking, viticulture and wine industry consultants, marketers, sommeliers, retailers and wine business students, primarily from Northern California, but also from Oregon, British Columbia and Minnesota.
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