not only for us...
but also for those who
come after us...
A story of Passion, Commitment and Love for Nature
The Carlo Noro biodynamic farm covers a total of 5 hectares, of which 2 are rented. In addition to the production of oil, wine and biodynamic preparations, the company offers consultancy and training courses in biodynamic agriculture in collaboration with Michele Lorenzetti through the cultural association "Professione Biodinamica".
The management of the winery is entrusted to Carlo's sons, Simone and Valerio, who carry on a family tradition of sustainable and environmentally friendly agriculture.
When Everything Is Connected
Over the past 40 years, the world has lost 33% of its arable land to erosion due to harmful agricultural practices. The agroindustry's justification for continuing to produce with chemistry and genetic engineering is the need to increase the availability of food to feed a world in constant population growth. But if food growth is to the detriment of the land and the quality of the food itself, it is in all respects a loss in terms of energy values.
Seventeen scientific studies document that biodynamic preparations induce measurable effects on the chemical composition of food and its quality. They ward off harmful parasites, increase the fertile layer of the soil thanks to the development of deep roots, promote enzymatic activity and the proliferation of earthworms as well as bringing surprising changes to plant growth, strengthening the ripening process and therefore making food tastier, more digestible and with higher antioxidant levels.
Biodynamic agriculture conceives the farm as a micro-ecosystem where soil, plants, animals, humans and cosmic natural rhythms are in perfect harmony.
Nowadays in our agriculture we are no longer used to working on prevention, but on the symptom and consequently with the use of pesticides.
There must be judgment as "the farmer is primarily responsible for people's health" -Carlo Noro
Organic-dynamic agriculture, through the use of preparations and other practices, re- establishes humus in the soil and regulates water flows, therefore produces better and sustainable food, especially in the long term.