100% biodynamically farmed Pauillac Grand Cru Classé

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Jean-François du Pontet who was the King's Grand Ecuyer, became Governor of the Médoc. In 1705, he bought a few acres of land in Pauillac and Canet, to establish a vineyard. In 1855, the Château Pontet-Canet is classified Grand Cru Classé.

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Luxury natural water, drawn from the mountain, above Megève

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The clear water spring spurts at an altitude of 1470m, in the Massif du Mont-Blanc (French Alps). It is drawn and bottled on site, exclusively by gravity, without other processing. The water is pH-neutral, sodium free with a stable composition of minerals and oligo-elements.

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Royal natural cosmetics made from plants of the Potager du Roi in Versailles

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Two pharmacists, the first passionate about history and the second about cosmetics, once decided to revisit the beauty secrets of the Court of Versailles and produce a range of natural cosmetics, made in Versailles.

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Deep ocean sparkling water, from the Pacific

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It is during a scuba diving and because of a defective measuring device, that led the diver all the way down to a dangerous zone, that the deep ocean sparkling source of water has been discovered. 

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Chanel takes inspiration from biomimicry to create an anti-aging cosmetic line

Chanel-n1-small.gifIt is by studying the successive stages of the camellia growth that the maison has developed its skincare line The N°1 de Chanel. The cosmetics contain until 97% of natural ingredients out of which 76% of camellia derivatives and the packaging have been lightened and use sustainable raw materials.

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Supportive organic cosmetics made with shea butter of Benin

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Karethic  offers a range of cosmetics made with shea butter, moringa, baobab and argan tree of Benin. The brand is organic and cruelty free certified and has been approved Supportive Business with Social Value(*) in 2016.

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Visit of the cellars of an organic champagne house, using sign language

champagne-de-sousa-small.jpgThe De Sousa champagne is organic and biodynamic certified. The brand has put online videos describing the manufacturing process of its champagne in sign language and will offer guided visits of its cellars also in sign language from Summer 2022.

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