"Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to draw back, always ineffectiveness. But the moment one definitely commits oneself, then Providence moves too. All sorts of things occur to help one, things that would never otherwise have occurred."
John Anster, from “Faust” by Goethe
Natural grape farming works towards a balanced ecosystem, meaning that some of the vineyard must be sacrificed to leave space for woodland, so that the vines can fully express their territory.
In our society, few privileges compare to that of having land and being able to transform a fruit as perfect as the grape. The risks, with respect to the satisfaction of success, are infinitely less.
In different places, vines always express themselves in different ways, and this is why a “real wine” must never be only biodynamic/organic, but must also be good, and distinguished by the originality of where it comes from, thanks to the work of a well-adapted vine.
The more plants are treated naturally, avoiding harming them with chemicals and other external agents, the more they are able to faithfully express the sky above them, the soil that nourishes them, and the human hand that tends them. In this sense, the role of the producer and custodian becomes fundamental: not a manipulator, but a joint creator of the final product.