Sierra Club’s 5 Great Biodynamic Wines
We are honored to have our 2013 Cuvee le Bec included in the Sierra Club Magazine’s recent article, 5 Great Biodynamic Wines, written by lifestyle editor Avital Andrews.
“Hugh Preece, the operating partner of Salt Creek Grille in Princeton, New Jersey, manages the restaurant’s list of more than 75 wines. One of his favorites is Beckmen Vineyards’ 2013 Cuvee Le Bec. It’s a Rhône blend, with 45 percent biodynamic syrah, and also incorporates grenache and mourvèdre grapes. “Drawn from the biodynamically farmed Purisima Mountain,” Preece says, “Le Bec is juicy and fruit-forward, with rich aromas of berries, plum, clove, licorice, and even a hint of smoke. This balanced wine, with its deep finish and sweet tannins, is a surefire crowd-pleaser.” Serve this offering from California’s Santa Ynez Valley at a barbecue or with Chinese food. $25”
Interested in trying other biodynamic wines? Read the full article here.
We are always on the search for other delicious, biodynamically grown wines. Is there a biodynamic wine you recommend? Leave a comment and let us know!