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We are B Corp certified

B Corp certification is a prestigious recognition awarded to companies that meet high standards of verified social and environmental performance, transparency and legal accountability. It signifies Maison Mirabeau’s commitment to creating positive change, not just in the wine industry, but also in the communities and ecosystems it operates within.

To obtain B Corp certification, Maison Mirabeau underwent a rigorous assessment process, evaluating its overall impact across various areas such as governance, workers’ welfare, community involvement, environmental stewardship and customer relations. View our B Corp Impact Score.

In addition to achieving B Corp certification, Maison Mirabeau has been actively implementing other sustainability initiatives. These include co-founding the Regenerative Viticulture Foundation (RVF), which focuses on improving soil health and restoring biodiversity in vineyards and by signing up to the Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi), helping us get on the road to Net Zero by setting ambitious GHG reduction targets that are aligned with the goals of the Paris Agreement (an international treaty to combat climate change).

B Corp is a global community of businesses that meet high standards of social and environmental impact.

B Lab is a non-profit network transforming the global economy to benefit all people, communities, and the planet.

There are currently over 6850 Certified B Corporations in more than 90 countries and over 160 industries.

Maison Mirabeau is part of a growing group of wine producers determined to make a difference.

Maison Mirabeau is thrilled to achieve B Corp certification, as it underscores our commitment to using our business to effect positive change. We believe that sustainable and ethical practices are not only crucial for the well-being of our planet and communities, but also essential for long-term business success. This is only the beginning of a lifelong journey to decrease our impact on the environment by working with our partners to drive change through the supply chain. This certification reflects the hard work and dedication of our valued team and serves as a guiding principle for our future endeavours.
Stephen Cronk, Co-Founder and CEO

B Corp has been a very personal journey for Stephen and I as co-founders of Maison Mirabeau. We have always been aware of our responsibilities as a company and have wanted to tread lighter as a business. B Corp provides us with a framework to build on, not only for the environment, but for all the other key areas of our business. We looked long and hard at which certification would be the most suitable and help us measure our company’s entire social and environmental impact and B Corp stood out for us as the obvious choice. The certification process is rightly onerous and has taken us two and a half years to get there.
Jeany Cronk, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer

About the Regenerative Viticulture Foundation (RVF)

The RVF is an active group of wine producers, scientists, ecologists and consultants from around the world, who are all committed to showing how wine production can be a positive force for change in agriculture. The foundation is keen to stress that regenerative agriculture is not a new or revolutionary way of farming, but rather a way to describe farming principles that are restorative rather than extractive, and work in concert with nature rather than against it.

About the Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi)

The SBTi is a collaboration between organisations such as the United Nations Global Compact, World Wildlife Fund (WWF), and others. It helps companies set greenhouse gas reduction targets in line with scientific evidence to limit global warming and prevent the most severe impacts of climate change. SBTi provides a framework for companies to establish targets that are considered “science-based” by aligning them with the goals of the Paris Agreement, an international treaty to combat climate change. These targets are designed to be ambitious and based on the best available science, ensuring that companies make significant contributions to reducing emissions.

Examples of other B Corp wine companies