Today, consumers are increasingly aware that their choices can have an impact on natural resources. Threatened by overexploitation, we are on a mission to give new impetus to biodiversity.
At Château de Corneillathe preservation of biodiversity has become a major concern. Impacted by numerous agricultural activities, notably viticulture, the biodiversity bio-diversity is the natural heritage that we will leave to future generations. Thus, our mission is to preserve our environment as much as possible. The biodiversity is essential to the well-being and health of human beings. Consumers and winegrowers alike, we can all play a role in the restoration and preservation of species and landscapes.
What are the key principles of regenerative agriculture?
L'regenerative agriculture is based on agricultural practices whose primary objective is to regenerate the soil, i.e. to increase its organic content to improve its fertility. This philosophy focuses on yield and production quality, but also on soil and ecosystem health.
At Château de Corneillawe are committed to a reflection on biodiversity while promoting a regenerative agriculture. To give you an example all of our plots of land are farmed in a sustainable manner with the HVE 3 (High Environmental Value).ment). The HVE label aims to encourage winegrowers to adopt a global approach to sustainable development (protection of nature, regeneration of the soil and its fertility, etc.).
The preservation of biodiversity has become a major issue in agriculture and viticulture. More than ever, winegrowers have a role to play in the restoration and preservation of species and landscapes. If you would like to know more about our various commitments, we have an article to recommend to you on our vineyard. Do not hesitate to contact us if you wish to know more.