La Nouvellle Vague – the new wave, in Hall 3 is an opportunity for the industry’s newbies with less than 5 years experience to showcase their products and talents. It will feature 40 young wine makers and brand creators producing under 50,000 bottles, who are looking to secure their first distribution networks in France and abroad.
Over in Hall 4, La WineTech Perspectives in partnership with La Wine Tech and Vinocamp, will see 30 start-ups present their innovative and digital solutions to the industry. Speakers will also be invited to take the stage in dynamic and participatory formats to discuss a wide range of topics, like how the wine and spirits industry can respond to new market challenges.
Also in Hall 4, visitors will be able to chose from a long list of masterclasses and tastings, while Hall 5 will host a series of events dedicated to wines selected by the World’s Best Sommeliers.
Hall 5, dubbed the International Hall, will showcase products from 31 countries representing wine regions from across the world. The Wine Talks, also in Hall 6, will focus on the major trends facing the industry today and explore changing consumer habits, alongside round-table debates