Leonardo DiCaprio Is Investing In French Organic Chapmagne

Famous Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio became the partner of a French champagne company that produces organic champagne.

Through this investment, DiCaprio is continuing his commitment to protect the planet.

According to the "Le Parisien" newspaper, the star is joining the Telmont de Damery house. It is his first investment of this kind.

Leonardo DiCaprio was delighted with the brand's eco-friendly project, which aims to focus on organic farming from now until 2031, says CEO Ludovic du Plessis.

Leonardo DiCaprio Is Investing In Organic Champagne

"That means no chemical fertilizer, herbicide, or pesticide. In Champagne, the climate cannot be cold or wet. It's a real gamble, but it makes sense for us," explained the CEO.

Leonardo DiCaprio will not be a "muse", said Ludovic du Plessis, but "a financial partner".

"His notoriety will allow us to accelerate our project, which is based on five pillars, including reducing our carbon footprint, eliminating glass bottles, and stopping air freight. And we never deviate from this rule even for special orders."

It's a well-known fact that the famous actor is trying by any means to support humanitarian causes such as the protection of biodiversity, ocean and forest conservation, as well as climate change. For example, his foundation supports over 35 innovative conservation projects around the world that protect fragile ecosystems and key species.

As for his Hollywood career, the most recent film Leonardo DiCaprio starred in was "Don't Look Up", directed by Adam McKay. He wrapped filming on Martin Scorsese's "Killers of the Flower Moon," an Apple TV+ production.

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