Could cow horns, vortexes and the words of a prophet named Rudolf Steiner hold the key to producing the most alluring wines in the world—and to saving the planet?
In “Voodoo Vintners,” writer Katherine Cole—to whom we introduced you in yesterday’s blog, reveals the mysteries of biodynamic winegrowing and explores its practice in Oregon vineyards.
Her story starts on the back of a motorcycle in Persia and ends on a farm where the work is done by draft horses, chickens and goats.
Best of all, it’s written in Cole’s engaging style, which has been featured in the pages of the (Portland) Oregonian’s FOODday section since 2002.
To order the book and request a personal autograph, go to: http://katherinecole.com/buy.html