The Cognac sector is proud to contribute positively to the development of the region while taking into account the well-being of all local residents. It is mindful of its environmental and societal impact, and seeks to constantly reduce the use of pesticides, with the aim of eventually becoming pesticide-free.

To develop best practices, demonstrate greater transparency and secure the future of its vineyards, the sector has chosen to obtain environmental certification for its winegrowing estates while investing significantly in research and development.

As part of this initiative, winegrowers are committed to protecting their environment, as well as promoting biodiversity, ensuring air, soil and water quality and aiming for carbon-sober operations.


VIDEO – Biodiversity

VIDEO – Preserving water

VIDEO – Environment: air and soil quality

VIDEO – People at the heart of commitments

New requirements in the Cognac product specification

Signature of a “Re-Sources” regional contract

Winegrowers explaining their profession

Objective: biodiversity!

Innovating towards progress: robot trials

More grass in the Cognac vineyards

Local residents: conviviality and discussions

Local residents: tools to engage in dialogue

State-of-the-art spraying at the heart of best practices

Sustainable viticulture and biodiversity