Daily chronicle talks about our inventive, practical and biodynamic ways
Published on 10/05/2022 by James Nokes
Robert Eden said the vineyard has to suffer to make great wine.
But the process of doing so shouldn’t be laced with decisions that cause suffering around the world. The Chateau Maris owner and winemaker is a passionate disciple of biodynamic practices in his Languedoc, France, vineyards, the country’s first to be certified as a B Corporation, which according to its website, is a business that is “(a) leader in the global movement for an inclusive, equitable and regenerative economy.”
Through a plethora of decisions in the vineyard, cellar and retail environment, Eden has transformed Chateau Maris into a forward-thinking member of the global wine community determined to make a positive lasting impact on the planet.Back to the Maris news page