Environmental & Community Commitments


For us, it is important to respect the entire life cycle and not simply one part of it. Robert Eden

In 2016 Château Maris was certified BCorp, becoming the first winery in Europe to achieve this and is currently one of only 26 in the world. BCorp assesses the entire structure in five areas: governance, environment, community, workers and customers. Chateau Maris was named “Best for the World” Environment in 2017 and 2018. We continually work to reduce our carbon footprint and find meaningful ways to engage with and give back to our community.

Trees for Jane – Restore Forests

With your donation you have planted 107 trees in total. Chateau Maris

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Demeter certification was obtained in 2008.

ue Demeter was created at the beginning of the 20th century in Germany by farmers. Over the decades, Demeter has professionalized to offer today:

a range of demanding and comprehensive international specifications for biodynamic agriculture and the development of processed products derived from it (food products, cosmetics and textiles)
a reliable control and certification system at the international level (nearly 60 countries).


After witnessing first-hand, the increase of living organisms in the soil present in biodynamic agriculture, Chateau Maris converted the vineyards to this method, receiving Biodyvin certification in 2004.


The soils were dead when the vineyard was purchased in 1997. The decision was quickly made to bring the earth back to health by using more natural, organic methods. Ecocert certification was obtained in 2002.

Our Partners


Maris Wines gives 15 % of sales to ASPAS Association Pour la Protection des Animaux Sauvages. The funds are being used to restore a wildlife area in the Languedoc.

La maison de l’Abeille

La Maison de l’ Abeille Maris is donating a portion of profits of La Touge “Cuvée Abeille” « Bee Cuvée » to this local organization whose mission is to conserve and protect bees and educate the community on their importance for biodiversity.