Zeena has a very close relationship to the moon
In the same way as the different lunar phases have a very close relationship with wine. Do you want to know what affect it has?
We don’t want to pretend to be astrologists, but if there is anything we know about, it is wine, and since antiquity the moon has had an influence on its production.
Let’s start from the beginning. This takes us back to the time of the indigenous people of the Canary Islands.
The indigenous people of the Canary Islands used a very sophisticated astronomical system and looked closely to the moon, the sun and the stars to establish their mathematical calculations and to create their own calendar for agriculture and livestock care.
In the 1920s, Rudolf Steiner created biodynamic agriculture, a holistic approach to agriculture in which vitality is the priority. Biodynamic farmers give back more to the soil than they take from it when they grow crops or raise animals. The most important difference is that biodynamic agriculture works with the vital energy that exists in nature and not just material needs. It takes into consideration the influence of cosmic forces, not just of the sun, but of the moon and the planets as well. It might seem enigmatic and mysterious, but there is one irrefutable fact: the moon has a strong impact on the tides, and thus, influences the life processes in the ocean and reefs. It also affects the migratory patterns of birds and the development of plants, through its gravitational force.
After many studies and years of perfection, it has been concluded that the stars and the planets affect vineyards and wineries.
Let us look at the influence the change in the position of the moon with respect to the sun has according to an article by the Tempus winery:
When the moon is in front of a constellation from the zodiac, we can differentiate four types of days:
Depending on the position of the moon, wine will reveal itself -or not- in all its brilliance.
And you? Do you believe that the moon has a major impact on wine?