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LEARN ABOUT OUR PROGRAM TO PROTECT BIODIVERSITY

GENEROSITY BEGINS WITH THE EARTH

Natura Nostra is Moët & Chandon's biodiversity programme, designed to meet the challenges of climate change.

As the leader in the Champagne region and owner of the largest estate, we at Moët & Chandon recognise our responsibility to give back to nature and work with our communities to regenerate the soils and nurture local flora and fauna.

Since 1743, from generation to generation, Moët & Chandon has been working to preserve its natural heritage: the nature of the Champagne region, the very source of our wines.

By rethinking human intervention, creating natural homes for fauna and diversifying monocultured landscapes, we build a more sustainable future and maintain the quality of our champagnes while preserving the ecosystem for the next generations.

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NATURA NOSTRA IS OUR COMMITMENT TO

PROTECT
OUR SOILS

Create greater harmony between the vines and the local ecosystem.

ACT
TOGETHER

Restoring the ecological balance cannot be achieved alone, working together is the only path forward.

PRESERVE
OUR HERITAGE

Grow our deep-rooted commitments through the Maison’s avant-garde thinking and dedication to sustainable innovation.

WORK
WITH NATURE

Continue to prioritise nature and take the needs of the ecosystem into account in our vineyards and winery.

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NATURA NOSTRA, FROM VINEYARD TO BOTTLE

CHAMPAGNES

These champagnes proudly celebrate our commitment to Natura Nostra. Discover them here.

Moet Imperial

Moët Impérial

  • Alluring
  • Generous
  • Vibrant
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Rosé Impérial Brut

Rosé Impérial

  • Enticing
  • Radiant
  • Spontaneous
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