An organic wine is a wine made from organically grown grapes. Its method of production is based on a respect for nature and the environment.

Organic agriculture specifications demand much more restrictive methods than that of conventional viticulture. The use of chemical fertilizer, pesticides and herbicides is forbidden and regular tillage of the land is required.


- Protecting the water resources and the water table from chemical pollution of agricultural origin.
- Cultivating the vine in harmony with its immediate environment (the woods and hedges, the insects…)
- Promoting a greater aromatic concentration in the wines and expressing the character of the land by preserving the microbial life in the soil.
- Using fermentation yeasts certified as not genetically modified and using just the right doses of sulphur dioxide.