We run, and teach on, a variety of workshops and courses through the year including biodynamic viticulture; biodynamic & natural winemaking; fermentation workshops; biodynamic gardening & growing; natural and biodynamic treatments; compost & compost tea making – more details below.
We also give regular presentations about biodynamics and the vineyard to local and national groups – again see below. If you would like us to give a presentation to your group (with or without a wine tasting) then please get in touch with us email@example.com
Introduction to Biodynamic Viticulture
(January 23rd – March 19th 2024, 5 x 2 hr evening sessions – online course)
The Introduction to Biodynamic Viticulture course, run in conjunction with the Biodynamic Agriculture College, is for anyone with a basic knowledge of viticulture who would like to learn more about it from the perspective of biodynamics. The course is online and includes a series of video seminars, an extensive resource library for additional personal study, and interviews with experts in the world of biodynamic winegrowing from around the globe.
Introduction to Biodynamic Winegrowing
(1 day workshop, Limeburn Hill Vineyard, Sunday 2nd June 2024)
This is an introductory workshop run by Robin Snowdon (vineyard manager and winemaker for Limeburn Hill Biodynamic Vineyard) exploring the growing of grapes and the making of wine, following biodynamic principles. Open to anyone interested in biodynamic / organic vineyards, working in the wine industry, or exploring biodynamic / natural winemaking.
Price includes the teaching plus lunch, vineyard tour and wine tasting.
Biodynamics – Principles and Practice for Gardeners and Growers
(1 day workshop, Damson farm, Bath – Friday 3rd May 2024)
This workshop will introduce you to the history and key principles of biodynamics, as well as practical ways in which this nourishing and healthful approach to growing can be applied directly to your own land.
We will begin by looking at the principles that underpin biodynamics – its values and philosophies – as well as the way these principles are applied in a practical way. In the afternoon there will be the opportunity to work directly with the biodynamic preparations as well as taste the results of working biodynamically in some of Limeburn Hill’s biodynamic wines.