Our Environmental Policy

Chapter I: Environmental Awareness

Environmental Management System

Respect for nature and the environment has become a major focus of our development. In 2017, we initiated our first environmental approach by deploying the Environmental Management System (SME) for Bordeaux wine. We have changed some of our practices and adopted a sustainable agriculture.


Chapter II: Environmental Transformation

High Environmental Value

In 2018, we joined the collective certification led by the first association for SME of Bordeaux Wines. Thus, we followed the principles of the level 3 of the "High Environmental Value" (HVE). These specifications, created and controlled by the Ministry of Agriculture, detail a series of measures that guarantee the preservation of biodiversity, a phytosanitary strategy, fertilization management and water management.

Our Environmental Project

Chapter III: Certification

IFS Certification

We are improving our processes to achieve IFS certification in 2024. This certification is a proof of our control over the safety and hygiene of food products.

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Chapter IV: Eco-responsibility & Biodiversity

Energy Savings

The vineyard will be using its own electricity with these solar panels of 700m².


The Jalousie Beaulieu domain is a hunting reserve where a multitude of animals can be found.

Working Environment

Chapitre V : Working Environment

Well-being of our employees and safety within the company are essential priorities in order to maintain a healthy working atmosphere and quality work. We have set up several actions to value and motivate our employees:

  • Christmas meal with gifts and branded clothes
  • Management flexibility for family-related absence requests
  • Renovation of a house on the property to provide two homes for our employees
  • Joint reflection on company projects
  • Relaxing common space (kitchen, toilets, showers, pleasant exterior)
  • Training for all employees
  • Raising employee awareness of workplace risks
  • State-of-the-art tools
  • Automatic pumps in the cellar
  • Harvesting machines and tractors renewed every 5 years
  • Flexible working hours according to weather conditions
  • Collective health insurance