Alsace joins the organizing committee of the 1st international exhibition of cool climate wines

Following on from the Interprofessional Bodies for the Wines of Val de Loire, Centre -Loire and Burgundy, and the SGV (“Syndicat Général des Vignerons” ) of Champagne, it is the turn of the Interprofessional Council of the Wines of Alsace to join the Association des Vignobles Septentrionaux (Cool Climate Winegrowers Association), founder of VinoVision Paris.

For Mr. Didier Pettermann, Vice -President of the Interprofessional Council of the Wines of Alsace: “It seemed quite obvious that the Interprofessional Council of the Wines of Alsace should officially sign up to this initiative to promote cool climate wines, and profit from this new international marketplace in Paris.” 

The wines of Beaujolais, Savoie, Bugey and Jura will also be on show at the exhibition, promoting their appellations.

VinoVision Paris demonstrates in this way its capacity to bring together the cool climate winegrowers, with a strong sense of cohesion and commitment so as to promote a new vision of the wine and the international aspirations of these regions. 

In a turbulent competitive context, VinoVision Paris arrives on the scene as the new benchmark professional trade fair: a neutral space for winegrowers, easily accessible to all (less than two hours from all European capitals), with international scope and being held ear ly in the year, a key period for buyers. 

About VinoVision Paris

The first professional trade fair for cool climate wines, VinoVision Paris will be held from 12 to 14 February 2017 in Hall 4 of the Porte de Versailles exhibition center, receiving some 650 exhibitors in 15,000 m² of floor space. This trade fair proposes a new vision of wine, taking inspiration from the expectations of Fr ench and international buyers and providing answers in the face of the development of the modes of consumption. 

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