Sustainable development, our reality.

 

Due to their recycling activity and wine-growing by-products recovery, distilleries have been evoluating in a sustainable development process and in a circular economy for more than 60 years.

 

At Grap'Sud, grapes are our primary resource - so showing respect for the environment is only natural. 
Grapsud grape harvest
 
 
The industrial development policy is oriented toward the use of renewable energy sources, especially biomass sourced from the wine-making process. The distillery is the tool used for processing all the by-prodcuts of the wine trade, the aim being to recycle them and prevent pollution
 
This is why the different locations of Grap'Sud - classified under the French environmental protection system - have cutting-edge systems for protecting water resources, preventing air pollution, limitating the landscape impact and recycling organic matter. 
 
 

Grapevine bud - Grapsud Group

 

Grap'Sud works with 15 000 wine-growers and contributes to maintain French rural jobs. Beside the social aspect of its approach, the innovation capacity of Grap'Sud enables its commercial development in France and abroad to make its activity durable as well as the one of its wine-growing partners.

 

 


 

Fédération Nationale des Distilleries Coopératives Viticoles

 

 

Fédération Nationale des Distilleries Coopératives ViticolesDossier Analyse du Cycle de Vie, "Les distilleries coopératives viticoles et leurs filiales, outils de développement durable les plus vertueux... et autres intérêts attachés aux prestations viniques", March 2012.

 

 

 

 

 

Institut Français de la Vigne et du Vin

 

 

Institut Français de la Vigne et du Vin, "Marcs de raisin, lies de vin et bourbes : quelle gestion des sous-produits vinicoles ?", Itinéraires N°25,  November 2013