By Floris Books
A biodynamic calendar for wine drinkers • Get the best from your bottle of wine: the best days to open your good wine revealed • Top UK grocery chains use this calendar to choose their critics wine tastings days • Customise for any global time zone, and choose 12-hour or 24-hour time • Based on 50 years of research by biodynamic expert Maria Thun, discover which days are good (fruit and flower days), and which are less good (root and leaf days), as well as Maria Thun’s unique ‘generally unfavourable’ days (not included in other lunar calendars). This free version is for the current day and days past. For future days, purchase the annual data (in-app purchase).
I love your app and use it daily! Are you planning on building a widget for the home screen?
I love the biodynamic principals of wine - it’s the planting, growing, harvesting & making of wine based on the cycle of the moon. It’s very cool. Our bodies are 70% water, and greatly affected, like the tides of oceans by the moon, as is everything. Wine tastes different based on the lunar calendar. I bought the app last year and again this year. Cannot rave about it enough.
I’m in the HST & therefore the least likely to get an accurate feed. Having said that, don’t be a douche! Enjoy your wine, know what your’e drinking & leave the pretentious stuff to Suckling & Parker
I love the way this app brings biodynamics into the mainstream. It also helps people understand why the same wine can taste amazing one day and be underwhelming another day. But try as I might, the app doesn't let me purchase the upgrade. Can someone on the team please share a link? Thanks!
The calendar is incorrect this year. The app has today as fruit day but the moon is in Taurus and is a root day for the correct time zones. I had noticed this earlier in the year but finally reviewed.
I love this app. Totally didn’t mind upgrading for the full purchase because I enjoyed using it so much. Thanks!
Today (3/22/18) the moon in EST is in Gemini, which means it is a flower day, but app reads it is a root day. My app is set to EST therefore calendar setting is inaccurate.
Beware; You have to purchase another version to see beyond the present day.
This app doesn't work and the producer knows there is a glitch.
I spotted this calendar error first thing, and thought perhaps paying for the full purchase would fix it. Nope. Nice concept, crucial flaw. No apparent way to reach the developers.