In 2004 renowned South African wine maker Eben Sadie and Dominik Huber started a new project in the Priorat, called Terroir al Limit. The concept was to work with old vines grown at high altitude and then take a minimalist un-Spanish approach in the cellar, avoiding small oak barrels and instead opting for inert tanks to let the grapes do the talking and not be masked by over oaking.
The wines are made with a hands-off approach and the vineyards are managed biodynamically. These wines are pure and expressive, and very much unique for the region.
Organic & Biodynamic Wines
With minimal intervention and low sulphur – the cornerstones of any good organic winemaker – critics argue you can actually taste this living environment, the wine’s ‘terroir’. Biodynamic winemaking goes beyond organics, it's a holistic approach to farming. Following the biodynamic calendar vineyard tasks will only occur on stated days and only natural products will be used.
What are Organic & Biodynamic wines?
No artificial chemical fertilizers, pesticides, fungicides and herbicides
Winemaking following the natural rhythms of Mother Earth.