Biodynamic Wines with Revolution on their Mind, Le Temps des Cerises
Since I saw theses French wines mentioned on a couple of sites, the Domaine name, Le Temps des Cerises is what stayed with me more than its biodynamic properties.
Alex Prufer named his property in Languedoc-Roussillon after Le Temps des Cerises, the song from La Commune de Paris, the revolutionary upheaval from the 19th Century.
His most recent creations are 2007 Vin de Table Fou du Roi (Grenache, Carignan, and Cinsault) and 2008 Vin de Table Avanti Popolo (Carignan).
Neither Le Fou at around $25 or Avanti about $16 have proletarian prices though.