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Frederic Galois, champagne between science and conscience

Frederic Galois, champagne between science and conscience

Posted on Nov 19, 2021 at 10:37am

The champagne house cuts down the vines to plant the hedge, prevents itself from plowing its land, and who plans to produce fewer bottles, does that sound silly to you? However, it is the choice that has been made in recent years in the 1,300 hectares for which Frédéric Gallois is responsible.

Agronomist by training, he is now the operational director of the Moët & Chandon and Ruinart vineyards and is responsible for implementing a series of environmental protection measures, some of which have been developed in collaboration with scientists: glyphosate, input reduction, and surface treatment of vineyards. The land so that microbiological life is not destroyed, the land reforested near the vineyards to enhance biodiversity… There are many projects that aim to introduce the brands they represent in the era of sustainable viticulture.

Episode 9 Frederic Galois: Champagne between science and conscience

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