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  • BtoBio Bordeaux – September 5, 2022
  • "Buvons Terroirs" fair: November 21, 2022 in Paris. Read more  
  • Les Barriquades: November 19, 2023 – Darwin, Bordeaux. Read more... 
  • Raw Wine Berlin – 27 November 2022, Berlin. Read more... 
  • Millésime Bio – January 30&31, February 1, 2023 in Montpellier. 
  • Salon Demeter – February 6 and 7, 2023 – Angers 
  • BtoBio Paris – 2023 to follow...

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Conference: ANALYSIS OF THE "QUALITY" OF WINES THANKS TO THE MEASUREMENT OF BIOPHOTONS - JUNE 14, 2022 at the VIEILLE CHAPELLE

The Aquitaine Biodynamie Association is launching a series of conferences: at "La Rencontre du Vivant". 1ST EDITION - JUNE 14, 2022 at the VIEILLE CHAPELLE

ANALYSIS OF THE "QUALITY" OF WINES THANKS TO THE MEASUREMENT OF BIOPHOTONS PRESENTED BY OLIVIER SALIERES DIRECTOR OF THE ENERLAB LABORATORY, WORKING FOR 25 YEARS ON THE BIOPHOTONICS OF LIVING LIFE

Topics covered:

  • Light, energy and information in living organisms
  • The biophoton: marker of wine quality
  • The tools for measuring living organisms and the innovative approach of the ENERLAB laboratory ...

Program for the day:

10 a.m. - Welcome
10:30 a.m.-1 p.m. - Conference
1 p.m.-2:30 p.m. - Picnic "out of the bag" (bring your meal to share)

Afternoon workshop: Analysis of all the wines present
Discussion and exchanges

6pm-10pm - Tasting & Guinguette evening at the Old Chapel

Participation (excluding meals & Guinguette)

15 euros/person
5 euros for students
Payment on site (credit card or cheque) - Invoice on request

Location:
Château de la Vieille Chapelle
Tel: +33 (0)5 57 84 48 65, 2 rue Florence Arthaud - 33240 Lugon & Carney Island

 Thank you to the winegrowers for bringing 2 bottles which will be used for the analyzes and the evening tasting. 

Reservation by email: contact@aquitaine-bio-dynamie.org

Flyer to download here 

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What if we could value what we eat and drink differently ...

.. this is the whole point of this study initiated by Olivier Salières / Enerlab to which we have proposed several wines from the Vieille Chapelle for analysis. This study consists of analyzing the biophotons in wines by comparing those from conventional, organic and biodynamic agriculture. The first results are convincing and quite fascinating! But the impact of the different vinification methods requires further analysis to confirm the major advantage of biodynamics.

I have this dream that one day what we drink and eat will no longer be measured only in kilos, liters, calories, but rather in energy values, and nutritional values. Because what we eat must also nourish the heart and the soul :)

Very good reading

Enerlab report - here in French or English

27.11.2021

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No more caps on the bottles ...

31.10.2021

In a search to reduce the carbon footprint, we have decided since the start of 2021 to NO LONGER apply caps to the bottles. This on the French market but also for export. Since June 1, 2019, there is no longer any “CRD” obligation on bottles. The capsule then becomes only an item of decoration. However, the aluminum / plastic complex cannot be recycled… Exit therefore the capsules (it is 2 gr eq.CO2 / capsule less…)! On the other hand, it will always be possible to have a covering with a capsule on request. Do not hesitate to give me your comments. More info on the Customs website.

September 2021 - New website

Among the many projects we are carrying out, our website has long been neglected. I had to get old on all these new technologies .... But everything is coming to the point who knows how to wait, and here is the new website of the Vieille Chapelle. Please do not hesitate to send us your comments and suggestions.

You will also find in this section "mood notes" and news

See you soon on this site or in real life at the Vieille Chapelle

Frédéric mallier