Winemaker Lisa Amaroli was recently featured in Marin Living, highlighting "How Local Wineries are Shifting Toward Sustainability." Biodynamic farming is the highest level of organic farming, viewing the entire property as one ecosystem. "This type of farming is based on biodiversity of animals, plants, insects and even bacteria that work together. “It’s about balance, not eradication,” says Amaroli. Using homeopathic teas, composting, cover crops and animals that live on the estate “is not mysterious, it’s natural,” she says."