Bordeaux Vineam is the owner of 6 Châteaux, stretching over 240 Ha in the Aquitaine Region. Five of these are situated in the Bordeaux region, and one in the Bergerac AOC.
Bordeaux Vineam is a winegrower conscious of the impact of its activity on its partners, the locals, the soil, natural resources and the environment.
Since 1999, Bordeaux Vineam has been committed to ending its use of synthetic chemicals, herbicides and GMOs. Bordeaux Vineam recycles used organic matter and applies biological control in the 210 Ha of the Entre-Deux-Mers and Bergerac AOC.
As a Member of the Aquitaine Organic Winegrowers Union, Bordeaux Vineam believes that this means of production is respectful of the human and natural environment, that it enables the maintaining and the bettering of the structure and fertility of the soil that it promotes biodiversity and contributes to air preservation and water quality.
This natural practice, ancestral and preceding the advent of chemical products, results in the production of wines identical to those drunk by our ancestors, strengthening us in our search for authenticity. Combined with environmental innovations, the running of our vineyards falls joins the sustainable development process, with the ISO 140001 (Environmental Management System) in our sights.
Bordeaux Vineam’s goal is a shift to organic winegrowing in the left bank estates of Moulis and Sauternes, and the right bank estate of Castillon Côtes de Bordeaux – whose current production follows sustainable agriculture standards.
Certain of its beliefs, Bordeaux Vineam is, today, a leader in organic winegrowing in the Aquitaine and Bordeaux region, both by its growing surface and by the quality of its wines. These have been multi-awarded for many years in all international winegrowing competitions.