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|1.||↑||Steiner's credentials include: the Goetheanum, the international headquarters of Anthroposophy based in Dornach, Switzerland; the Camphill schools/communities for those with special needs; Eurythmy; Anthroposophical medicine;Waldorf schools; and biodynamics.|
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|3.||↑||Irina Santiago. Biodynamics vs. Conventional Viticulture in Australia: A comparison of Costs and Operations. Doctoral thesis. School of Agriculture, Food andWine. University of Adelaide, November 2010. It is also worth pointing out that this study drew no distinction in operational efficiency since to do so only "highlights variations in management practise". Note: the project results only relate to the operational costs of those variables that were identified as potentially different between the two systems.|
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|6.||↑||(1) Small – up to 3 hectares; (2) Medium – from 3.1 to 9.9 hectares; and (3) Large – above 10 hectares. Initially the group had another subdivision – from 10 to 20 hectares and above 20 hectares. However, the differences in operational costs between the two second largest subdivisions were not sufficiently significant to justify such a grouping.|
|7.||↑||highest estimate/number of bottles|
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|14.||↑||Trade Data H M Customs for Goods. 2204: Wine of fresh grapes, including fortified wines, grape must, partly fermented, of actual alcoholic strength of >0.5% vol, whether or not with added alcohol.|
|15.||↑||FWAI50 - based on 50 wines from Bordeaux divided into different vintages. Visit www.finewinejournal.com for more information. Fine Wine's database of auction data is made up of more than 120,000 individual records of auction lots sold since 2004.|
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