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Organic farming is a method of agricultural production that excludes the use of synthetic chemicals such as pesticides, herbicides and chemical fertilizers. Instead, it promotes environmentally friendly practices, with an emphasis on soil preservation, plant health and biodiversity protection.

For our Estate, this transition to organic cultivation is part of a long-term vision focused on sustainability and the preservation of our land and our vineyard. By adopting this approach, we are committed to respecting the natural cycles of the vine and promoting the health of local ecosystems.

Organic cultivation has many advantages. First, it promotes biodiversity by creating a suitable habitat for insects, birds and other animals that help regulate pest populations. In addition, by avoiding the use of aggressive chemicals, it preserves water quality and reduces the impact on neighboring aquatic ecosystems.

Regarding the quality of the wines, organic cultivation makes it possible to obtain grapes that are healthier and more concentrated in flavor. We have noticed that our vines have become more resistant to diseases and parasites, thanks to a reinforced natural balance in the vineyards.

Level 3 HVE certification in the wine sector is the highest distinction of the HVE approach in France. It guarantees that the winery implements environmentally friendly practices, going beyond regulatory requirements. To obtain this certification, the farm must preserve biodiversity, manage fertilization in an ecological manner, protect the vines as an alternative to chemical pesticides and effectively manage water resources. The certification demonstrates the winery's commitment to environmental sustainability.

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