At a time when ecological commitment is sometimes seen as a mere argument for “green washing”, we feel it’s important not to forget that it’s a sincere commitment and a risk-taking exercise involving a great deal of effort.
People and their environment have always been at the heart of our concerns. We have therefore implemented viticultural techniques that respect our terroir and biodiversity.
This approach, which has been in place for several years now, has enabled us to obtain High Environmental Value certification in 2019.
At the same time, for over 10 years we have been gradually preparing our plots and vines for a transition to healthier growing methods, to protect the environment and ensure the long-term future of our vines and terroirs.
To this end, and to give concrete expression to our efforts, we have taken the path of “Organic Agriculture” certification.
The conversion process takes 3 years. We will be certified “BIO” from the 2025 vintage.
We follow the same path in the cellar during vinification and ageing.