In 2019, Château Galoupet was re-founded by Jessica Julmy with the vision to create elevated wine expressions of the land and terroir, but also the flora and fauna across the estate; a sanctuary for biodiversity; a blueprint for organic viticulture; and a lighthouse for sustainability for Moët Hennessy.
Château Galoupet believes that preserving biodiversity on its estate is integral to the crafting and evolution of Château Galoupet’s outstanding terroir wine portfolio: The estate is working in collaboration with local experts and associations to guide its knowledge and understand the impact of biodiversity on the vineyard and its wines; and is home to one of only 12 queen bee fertilization stations in the world.
In May 2022, Château Galoupet is revealing its two terroir wines in organic conversion: Château Galoupet Cru Classé Rosé 2021 and Galoupet Nomade 2021.
A unique ecosystem
The nature within the ecosystem between the vines and protected woodland of Château Galoupet plays a vital role in the vineyard.
The surrounding diverse flora and fauna acts as buffer to protect the vines, absorbing the effects of the changing environment, including strong heat and wind. Whilst, the insects deter pests, meaning human intervention and chemicals can be avoided.
Sustainable practices carried out by the team at Château Galoupet including practicing agro forestry and using cover crop help to aid the regeneration of nature.
Sustainable from ground to glass
Château Galoupet is encouraging eco-conscious behaviours and challenging the status quo with new innovative packaging: Château Galoupet Cru Classé Rosé is presented in an amber glass bottle, made from 70% recycled glass and weighing 499 grammes.
Galoupet Nomade is the luxury group’s first flat bottle made from PET, Prevented Ocean Plastic collected from coastal areas at risk of plastic pollution.
- 1955 Château Galoupet listed as a Cru Classé de Provence, one of just 18 in the region
- 77 ha of protected woodland covering a greater surface than the vineyard
- 12 different bat species, including some of the rarest in Europe