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Collard-Picard Champagne Synesthésie redefines “the pleasure of the senses”

"The pleasure of the senses gives meaning to pleasure". With these words, the owners of the Champagne House Collard-Picard created "Synesthésie", an exceptional champagne vintage set in a jewel-like box... "Synesthésie" celebrates all of the human senses, a blend of feelings that French poet Charles Baudelaire celebrated in his most famous collection of poems "Les…

The Off – getting into the right mood in the French Capital

The Off by Wine Paris & Vinexpo Paris is THE definitive list of partner bars across the city of lights. Take the time to drop by one or two – and get into the right mood for the show! The Fines Gueules Combining the pleasures of a dining experience with those of the eyes, the…

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DAY 1 Monday 14 February PRESS CONFERENCEEverything you need to know about the 2023 ASI World’s Best Sommelier competition 09:30 am - 10:30 amLocation: HALL 3 - Room 1 On! Les Masterclasses Spirits market developments: Opportunities, changes and pressures on the road to recovery 09:30 am - 10:30 amLocation: HALL 3 - Room 3 On! Be SpiritsFree…

The Wine Paris & Vinexpo Paris experience

This year's event will welcome 2,800 exhibitors and 25,000 buyers from the wine and spirits industry under one roof All All of France's wine regions will be in attendance at the show, alongside representatives from 32 countries.   A number of exclusive features have been added to this year's event alongside the all time favourites,…

Calling all cocktail lovers to the Infinite Bar

Several dozen metre long bars will be installed as part of Wine Paris & Vinexpo Paris Be Spirits event in Hall 3, a must visit for anyone interested in the spirits industry. The bar will also provide a stage for the best local mixologists to showcase their talents and an opportunity for brands, famous and…

Re-connecting in person

Strong business forecasted for the floor says Vinexposium CEO Rodolphe Lameyse Wine Paris & Vinexpo Paris, the first major trade show for the wine and spirits industry since the global pandemic, puts Paris on the map and has taken the lead on becoming the global hub. After two years of 'staying at home', why is…

The best opportunities are on Vinexposium Connect

The digital portal is a must for anyone looking to attend this year's event. It will host a wide range of on-demand content, including interviews, masterclasses, market data and key figures, so users can keep up to date with the latest industry trends and news. At the same time, it will promote business by putting…

Wine and spirits market at a glance

Spirits have weathered the storm and growth is expected across the bar, according to IWSR's Vinexposium Report 2021 Alcoholic beverages have proven they are one of the most resilient consumer goods in times of crisis, with the past year being no exception. A number of pre-Covid trends gathered pace during 2020, including modernisation, e-commerce, convenience,…

Not to be missed

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…

Languedoc’s variety is a force to be reckoned with

Its many faces have helped it create and stay ahead of demand for rosé and organic The Languedoc is fast becoming one of the most dynamic wine regions of France, it is not only about volumes but also sophistication. Part of this change is being driven by its rapid adoption of more environmentally friendly wine…

Zoom in on Château Castigno

The vineyard, located on the foothills of the Montagne Noire, is centred around Tine Claeys and Marc Verstraete's idea of a Hybrid Organic Wine Village. It has 32 hectares of vines spread over an exceptional terroir, most of which are more than 50 years old, with some even reaching the ripe old age of 150.…

Calmel & Joseph spices things up with new wines and graphics

The micro-négociant, headed up by Laurent Calmel & Jerome Joseph, will be presenting several new bottles alongside its new and improved Terroirs range after another strong year of sales and awards. Founded in 1995, Calmel & Joseph produces terroir-driven wines from Languedoc-Roussillon. Despite the many challenges, compounded by drought and frost in Languedoc, Calmel &…

Pierrick Harang Wine has market sussed with organic and naturally lower alcohol ranges

Pierrick Harang, a fifth generation wine merchant, who graduated top of his class from the Oenology and Research Centre of Montpellier, has partnered with Les Celliers Jean d’Alibert in Rieux to create his pioneering wine - from the ground to the glass. Instead of family castles and extensive vineyards, Mr Harang relies on his technical…

Granite soils make for mouth watering wines

Le Domaine de Leyre-Loup, located in the Rhône department's Beaujolais region, was started in 1993 by two passionate winemakers, Jacques et Christophe Lanson, who have been using their savoir-faire to combine hard granite soils with Gamay grapes. Today, the domaine covers 10 hectares, divided into two plots, one of 7 hectares producing their Morgon and…

New Bordeaux distillery presents its first batch of whiskey and ‘watch this space’

The Two Origins Distillery, which was recently installed in the chais - or storeroom, at château Magdeleine Bouhou, has produced its first batch of whiskey, which will be exclusively presented at Wine Paris & Vinexpo Paris 2022. It's the brainchild of experienced wine maker Andrew Eakin, who came up with the idea after purchasing the…

Mas Gabinèle is hunting for a premium partner

Mas Gabinèle, at the heart of Faugères, has been producing wine for the premium market since 1992 under the watchful eyes of experienced winemaker Thierry Rodriguez. Its 23 hectares of vines, a mix of Syrah, Grenache, Lledoner Pelut, Carignan, Mourvèdre and a few old Grenache gris, are on schist soils, comprised of hard, dense rocks, layered…

Cool off with Vinsobres’ dairy free red wine sorbet

Vinsobres will be presenting its Cru Glacé at this year's edition of Wine Paris & Vinexpo Paris, a boutique sorbet made with red wine from Vinsobres, a small village nestled in La Drôme Provençale. Their original creation, which sells for €9 a pot, will appeal to consumers who are looking to step outside the traditional…

The Off – getting into the right mood in the French Capital

The Off by Wine Paris & Vinexpo Paris is THE definitive list of partner bars across the city of lights. Take the time to drop by one or two – and get into the right mood for the show! Le Drouant One of the most legendary places for literary prize awards, Le Drouant occupies an…
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