For more than 20 years, the Vranken-Pommery vineyards have been strongly committed to a sustainable viticulture approach that is resolutely forward-looking, concerned about the environment and the impact on the health of its employees and consumers. Obtaining the double certification Sustainable Viticulture in Champagne and High Environmental Value (HVE) in December 2014 was an essential step in this process.
Many years of work have led the company towards sustainable viticulture, which today ensures an extremely reduced use of vine protectants, compensated daily using new methods such as biological control of insect pests.
The Camargue and Provence sites are certified organic wine producers and produce several organic vintages. As a responsible landowner, the company has made a commitment as regards the Domaine de Jarras to adopt a management model to produce wine and to use the land in a sustainable manner. More than 4,000 hectares of Camargue land is classified as “NATURA 2000.” Our approaches have enabled us to develop an extraordinary biodiversity. Nearly a thousand living species have been identified on our estates.
Thanks to its good practices, the VrankenPommery Monopole Group became a “Société à Mission,” in 2021: The company aims to promote four essential pillars: Innovation, Know-how, Audacity, Ethics and Governance.