Biodiversity

Sauternes wines and the flowers of Grasse: fighting the same battle

Just like the winegrowers of Sauternes and Barsac AOC, the horticulturalists of Grasse are under threat from a proposed new rail line.

 

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The Ciron tributary, by Cap Sud Ouest

Situated just to the south of Bordeaux, the Ciron is a small, calm tributary which, given the choice perhaps, would go completely unnoticed. And yet, this waterway is exceptionally rich, earning a reputation among naturalists as a veritable « Noah’s Ark » of biodiversity.

 

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Xavier Planty: organic methods, « inevitable for Grands Crus »

An article by Laura Bernaulte of Terre de Vins, 7 April 2016

 

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The Ciron, « The Gold of the Sands »

How well do you know the moors of the Gironde?

 

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The Ciron River, a natural heritage worth saving

Discover an extract from a new short film dedicated to the Ciron, from its source to the confluence.

 

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Sauternes high speed rail : 11th hour bid to block plan

An article from Jane Anson for Decanter, October 2, 2015

 

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A petition to oppose the high speed rail line (LGV) Bordeaux – Toulouse – Mont-de-Marsan

Sign the petition opposing the high-speed line, addressed to French transport minister Alain Vidalie

 

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Château Guiraud reçoit un « Talent du Vin » dans la catégorie Développement Durable – RSE

La deuxième édition des Talents du Vin organisés par La Tribune – Objectif Aquitaine se tenait mercredi 17 juin au Palais des Congrès dans le cadre de Vinexpo.

 

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L’Echo du passage en bio est extrèmement puissant

Article Sud-Ouest du 5 février 2015

 

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The survival of our appellations: why we need to oppose the current plans for the LGV

The public enquiry on the South Bordeaux Rail Developments (A.F.S.B.) is under way, and Sauternes winegrowers have declared their opposition to the project

 

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