By passing on their cereal farm and winery, our parents also passed on their practises to us. These are essentially based
on the observation of vegetation ; this allows us to regularly monitor the development of crops and adapt our interventions at the optimum moment. For example, we are engaged in a collective
biological fight through sexual confusion in order to control certain pests of the vine.
We also know that grapevine diseases take hold in the presence of humidity and darkness. To counter this, we manually strip
the leaves (to get as close as possible to the grapes without damaging them) in order to allow light and wind to penetrate the vegetation.
We have finally grassed all our vineyard plots and more generally, 10% of our total surface, which favors wild flora and
Thanks to all these good practises, our winery was certified High Environmental Value in March
This recognition was born out of the Grenelle of the Environment which launched the reflexion for an ambitious system of
allowing agriculture to equip itself with a public system of valuation and recognition : "The Environmental Certification of Agricultural Operations".
In addition to environmental issues, we are committed to respecting social, economic and ethical issues in our activities.
For example, we regularly hire students for seasonal jobs and harvesting.
We provide them with decent accomodation and prepare meals for them.
We contribute to professional training by welcoming interns.
We can also cite the regular use of carpooling.
Or the use of biodegradable or reusable supplies...
All these practises aim to contribute to sustainable development.