Our culture

Farming organically and biodynamically means making a commitment to the land, but that commitment only becomes real by investing in the people and animals that work the vines. Cultural diversity comes from having people from over half a dozen countries working on the estate, from a range of social backgrounds and with a vast array of practical and cultural knowledge. Biodiversity comes from allowing a range of animals – cows, horses, chickens – into the vines to eat pests and weeds, to provide fertility with their manure, or to use their strength to work the soil and spray the vines with herb teas.