We preserve the biodiversity and harmony of the habitat in which we live and work.
Barboursville with its 70 hectares of vineyards, where the grape cultivation is monoculture, offers a very limited habitat resulting in a poor microbiome. For this reason, it is important to balance the vine-covered area with other areas for different uses.
There are in fact 125 hectares of forest, mostly composed of oaks and liriodendron trees. There are also 60 hectares of pasture, which are grazed by many wild deers, rabbits and turkeys.
72 hectares of clearing, which is used for haymaking and it has never been fertilized or weeded since 1990, is covered by a mixture of native flowers and herbs.