Vinexpo Daily 2019 - Day 1 Edition



Turckheim launches

limited edition Crémant

Alsace wine producer The Cave De

Turckheim is at Vinexpo Bordeaux

with a superb and elegant new limited

edition Crémant d’Alsace.

The crémant comes in a distinctive bottle

designed by a renowned trendsetter

of the French fashion world, William

Arlotti. Arlotti has revisited the

traditional costumes of Alsace, his

bottle sleeve featuring a bewitching

Alsatian woman wearing a chic

black dress and a daring red

headdress. Bursting with floral

and fruity fragrances, the wine

and the bottle complement one

another majestically.

Created in 1955 by winegrowers

from the village of Turckheim

and its neighbouring

communes, The Cave de

Turckheim is a leading name

in Alsace and beyond, known for its

exemplary winegrowing practices and a

prestigious collection of wines crafted by

the master oenologist Michel Lihrmann.

Due to the geological complexity of

its region, it is able to offer highly

differentiated wines with distinctive


To create wines worthy of the ‘Haute

Couture’ label, the Cave Coopérative

de Turckheim is constantly innovating.

Over the last fifteen years, the partnerwinegrowers

have worked closely

with the in-house technical team to

incorporate the latest advances in

research into their vineyard cultivation

techniques. In the winery, the state of the

art fermentation room and bottling plant

ensure that the wines are produced to

the very highest of standards

Hall 1 / Stand B261


producers out in

force at Vinexpo

Italy’s Consorzio di Tutela della DOC Prosecco

is attending Vinexpo Bordeaux 2019, which

it describes as the most important wine and

spirits exhibition in France. In 2018, according

to the Consortium, the market registered an

increase of 12.4% in Prosecco DOC exports.

Supported by the marketing themes

sustainability, culture and sport, visitors and

guests will have the chance to taste the best

Prosecco Doc. Ten Prosecco DOC producers will

serve their products at tasting desks, namely:

Antonio Facchin e Figli, Borgo Molino, Ca’ Di

Rajo, De Stefani, Enoitalia, La Jara, La Marca,

Le Rughe, Masottina and Paladin).

The consortium says that this group is just one

small selection of the Prosecco success story.

Around 11,110 companies cultivate 24,450ha of

vineyards across two Italian regions, Veneto and

Friuli-Venezia Giulia. This area is also famous

for its cultural and gastronomy and boasts

exquisite vineyards, woods, meadows and

charming towns.

In terms of numbers, 464 million Prosecco

Doc bottles were produced in 2018, (+5.6%

compared with 2017). Europe accounts for 72%

of consumption, North America 22% and Asia

approximately 4%. Key growth market in 2018

include France, Belgium and Sweden

Hall 1 / Stand DE85


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