Sustainability Goals and KPI Setting
LEED Certification Consultancy and Implementation
Building performance optimization
LVMH is setting this winery to be a green lighthouse, exemplary in terms of sustainable development from the vineyard to the cellar. They envision the winery to be a catalyzer of impactful change across the wine production industry. For this, the vineyard is undergoing an organic conversion and has also taken steps in reducing the environmental footprint of their packaging by proposing an innovative ultra-light recyclable bottle made from “prevented ocean plastic” as well as recycled glass brown bottles. As for the facilities, they are being renovated and designed to meet the most stringent building environmental certifications available. The site also aims to reach carbon neutrality by 2025 and to be carbon positive by 2028. GBCE has been appointed as the sustainability and green building consultant to lead the project towards environmental stewardship and achieve the highest levels of LEED certification.
GBCE has supported the team in setting up the sustainability roadmap and industry KPIs to map out the environmental direction of the winery transformation. GBCE has acted as the sustainability and green building consultant for the building design for the concept and schematic design phases. Part of this process we have accompanied the design and technical teams in incorporating sustainable building strategies that meet LEED’s highest standards while ensuring that strategies and concepts were in line with Moet Henessy’s KPIs and targets.
Client : LVMH
Site Area: 69 ha of vineyard and 77 ha of wild protected woodland
Building Area: 8,800 m2
Facilities: Vineyard, winery production facilities, offices and hospitality areas including cellar, restaurant and lounge
Anticipated date of completion: 2024
Project Type: Renovation and Extension
Current Project Stage: Design Development (Detailed Design)
Sustainability Objective: LEED certification, Environmental Excellency