Syndicat international
des vignerons en culture bio-dynamique
Caring for the Soil

Biodynamic farming is primarily a matter of caring for the soil.
The objective is to maintain balance and to create the conditions for harmony to exist between the earth, plants and the environment.
Caring for the Soil

Biodynamic farming is primarily a matter of caring for the soil.
The objective is to maintain balance and to create the conditions for harmony to exist between the earth, plants and the environment.
Caring for the Soil

Biodynamic farming is primarily a matter of caring for the soil.
The objective is to maintain balance and to create the conditions for harmony to exist between the earth, plants and the environment.
Created in 1995, Biodyvin is a group of 103 winegrowers in France and Germany. Only properties that are farmed entirely biodynamically, or those that have committed to full conversion after three years, are accepted.

In 1998, the members judged it essential to define the fundamental principles that members must adhere to in order to be able to describe itself as a biodynamic operation.

A set of specifications for viticulture and vinification was established. All members must adhere to this criteria.


Biodyvin in the press


New member applications 2017
The closing date for new member applications is February 28, 2017.


Professionnal Tasting November 7, 2016 in Paris
60 winemakers, certified or BIODYVIN conversion are pleased to invite you to taste their wines at Hotel Intercontinental,November 7, 2016 in Paris


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Using specific techniques in the vineyard, the biodynamic winegrower strives to produce high quality wines that express the unique elements that form each property's terroir. These techniques respect the terroir's natural qualities and characteristics, which can then be expressed in the wines.
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