‘Biodynamic’ is a term first used by Austrian philosopher Rudolph Steiner in the early 1900s. It described a holistic approach to agriculture, involving the management of farms as total systems, less reliant on external inputs.
Any biodynamic farm must first comply with organic rules. Where biodynamic principles and prescribed homoeopathic preparations are part of the farming program, then the term biodynamic is used. Tamburlaine utilises some biodynamic practices and preparations in our organic vineyard programs.