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<strong>DAY</strong> 3<br />

WEDNES<strong>DAY</strong> 14 FEBRUARY <strong>2024</strong><br />

Hall 4<br />

Stand H 386<br />


& VINEXPO PARIS <strong>2024</strong><br />

A PLACE<br />





“WINE PARIS &<br />





WINES”<br />

Stéphanie de<br />

Boüard-Rivoal<br />

President and<br />

Managing Director of<br />

Château Angelus<br />

NEWS<br />



DES<br />



#08<br />



GUIDE<br />

Hall 5.2 / Stand C 057<br />

Hall 2.2 / Stand E 172<br />

Hall 2.2 / Stand D 056-59b<br />

Hall 7.1 / Stand H 024<br />

Hall 2.2 / Stand B 116<br />

Hall 4 / Stand A 078<br />

Hall 4 / Stand F 026<br />

Hall 2.2 / Stand F 088<br />

Hall 6 / Stand C 315<br />

Hall 5.2 / Stand G 029<br />

Hall 5.2 / Stand G 069-9

Morning<br />

Briefing<br />

by Rodolphe<br />

Lameyse,<br />

<strong>Vinexpo</strong>sium CEO<br />

© Philippe Labeguerie & Joanna Margan<br />


<strong>DAY</strong> 3<br />

WEDNES<strong>DAY</strong>, 14 FEBRUARY <strong>2024</strong><br />



Étienne Neethling - École Supérieure des Agricultures<br />

9:30a.m. - 10:30a.m.<br />

Location: Room 1 - Masterclasses<br />

Language: French (Simultaneous translation in French and English available)<br />

Savouring the final day<br />

at <strong>Wine</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> & <strong>Vinexpo</strong><br />

<strong>Paris</strong><br />

Good morning and welcome to the third and final<br />

day of <strong>Wine</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> & <strong>Vinexpo</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> <strong>2024</strong>. <strong>The</strong> show<br />

has been bustling with activity over the past two<br />

days, engaging attendees on both a personal<br />

and professional level. Conferences and tastings<br />

have attracted a continuous flow of enthusiastic<br />

participants, and networking has been at an alltime<br />

high.<br />

But it's not over yet! I encourage you all to make the<br />

most of this last day in <strong>Paris</strong> and take advantage<br />

of having so many great wines and spirits from<br />

around the world under one roof. Was there a wine<br />

you've been dying to try and haven't had time? A<br />

contact you've been looking forward to meeting<br />

in person? Don't let this opportunity pass you by!<br />

<strong>The</strong>re's another full programme of conferences,<br />

masterclasses and tastings today as well, and as<br />

always I would recommend taking in as many<br />

as you can. <strong>The</strong> <strong>Wine</strong>s of Centre-Loire are set to<br />

demonstrate how they are a match made in heaven<br />

with seafood this morning, and the Italian Spirits<br />

Lab is holding a tasting at noon. This afternoon you<br />

can learn more about dealcoholisation from the<br />

no/low wine collective then catch a masterclass<br />

on drinks and the producers of tomorrow.<br />

Networking has also been a key focus of the<br />

show, with industry professionals coming together<br />

to exchange ideas and forge connections. <strong>The</strong><br />

sense of community and collaboration is palpable,<br />

underscoring the importance of working together<br />

to navigate the challenges and opportunities<br />

facing the wine and spirits sector.<br />

As we prepare to bid farewell to <strong>Paris</strong>, I want to<br />

extend a cordial invitation to join us in Hong Kong<br />

for <strong>Vinexpo</strong> Asia in May. It promises to be another<br />

valuable opportunity to connect with colleagues,<br />

explore new markets, and gain fresh perspectives<br />

on the industry. But for now, let's cherish these<br />

final moments together and raise a glass to the<br />

experience we've shared over the last few days.<br />

<strong>The</strong> <strong>Vinexpo</strong>sium Group is dedicated to supporting<br />

the wine and spirits industry all year round, and we<br />

look forward to working on new projects together<br />

in the near future. My very best wishes for your<br />

continued success, and I hope to see you all again<br />

soon<br />



INSIGHTS <strong>2024</strong><br />

Various speakers<br />

10:00a.m. - 11:00a.m.<br />

Location: Room 5 - Let's talk about wine!<br />

Language: French (Simultaneous translation in French and English available)<br />





Marion Chateau - Guide Vinsta<br />

Sylvain Dadé - Sowine<br />

Gilles Raison - Le Petit Ballon<br />

Diane Souquinière - Linkedin & Instagram<br />

10:00a.m. - 11:00a.m.<br />

Location: Hall 2.3 - <strong>Wine</strong> Tech Perspectives<br />

Language: French (Simultaneous translation in French and English available)<br />




Various speakers<br />

11:15a.m. - 12:15p.m.<br />

Location: Hall 2.3 - <strong>Wine</strong> Tech Perspectives<br />

Language: French (Simultaneous translation in French and English available)<br />




Sébastien Foulard - Jefrey's bar<br />

1:30p.m. - 2:30p.m.<br />

Location: Room 4 - Speakeasy<br />

Language: French (Simultaneous translation in French and English available)<br />




Marta Mendonca - <strong>The</strong> Porto Protocol<br />

3:30p.m. - 4:30p.m.<br />

Location: Room 3 - Les Masterclasses<br />

Language: English (Simultaneous translation in French and English available)<br />




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I NEWS I<br />

CSR STRATEGY <strong>2024</strong><br />

Throughout this year's event, a number of strategies have been put<br />

in place to reduce carbon emissions based on CSR performance<br />

indicators designed to reach carbon neutrality by 2050.<br />

<strong>The</strong>se measures involve all<br />

sources of emissions:<br />

Return transport of exhibitors<br />

/ visitors / staff to the event<br />

Shipping the equipment and<br />

consumables used<br />

Facility equipment and layouts<br />

Energy (heat, cold and<br />

electricity) used at the event<br />

Catering / accommodation<br />

during hosting phases<br />

(assembly/exhibition/<br />

dismantling)<br />

Promotional items<br />

Waste produced at the event<br />

<strong>The</strong> entire <strong>Wine</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> & <strong>Vinexpo</strong><br />

<strong>Paris</strong> team would like to thank<br />

exhibitors and visitors for<br />

doing their part to help reduce<br />

emissions through the various<br />

initiatives throughout the show<br />

(empty bottle reuse, collection<br />

of leftover wines and spirits,<br />

collection of stand equipment<br />

etc.) <strong>The</strong> road to carbon<br />

neutrality is one we all walk<br />

together.<br />

Baron Philippe de Rothschild<br />

offers visitors a unique culinary<br />

experience with Escudo Rojo<br />

Baron Philippe de Rothschild invites<br />

<strong>Wine</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> & <strong>Vinexpo</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> visitors<br />

to partake in a unique culinary<br />

experience at its stand today. Chef<br />

Joris Noblet will be on hand to<br />

prepare gourmet treats especially<br />

created to accompany tastings<br />

of Baron Philippe de Rothschild's<br />

Escudo Rojo wines.<br />

Escudo Rojo is the fruit of the<br />

encounter between Chilean terroirs<br />

and Baron Philippe de Rothschild's<br />

wine making expertise. Since its<br />

creation in 1999, Escudo Rojo has<br />

been Baron Philippe de Rothschild's<br />

worthy heir in Chile, as its name<br />

perfectly illustrates: Escudo Rojo<br />

is the Spanish translation of the<br />

German "Rote Schild", meaning red<br />

shield.<br />

Combing four traditional grape<br />

varieties: Carménère, Cabernet<br />

Sauvignon, Syrah, and Cabernet<br />

Franc, planted on parcels south<br />

of Santiago, Escudo Rojo is<br />

characterised by an intense aromatic<br />

complexity, balanced structure and<br />

a persistent finish.<br />

Tastings will be taking place today<br />

starting at 11:00 with 3 of their wines:<br />

Escudo Rojo Reserva Chardonnay,<br />

Origine and Gran Reserva<br />

Hall 6 / Stand F 099<br />

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I NEWS I<br />

<strong>Wine</strong>s Unearthed:<br />

33 producers from 14 different countries<br />

at <strong>Wine</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> & <strong>Vinexpo</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> <strong>2024</strong><br />

<strong>Wine</strong>s Unearthed was created by Ana Sofia Oliveira and<br />

Judy Kendrick in 2015 with the aim of gathering producers<br />

looking for distribution in one space so buyers know exactly<br />

where to find new talent. This year is the first time they are<br />

exhibiting at <strong>Wine</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> & <strong>Vinexpo</strong> <strong>Paris</strong>, a move very much<br />

in line with their belief that the wine business "is about<br />

personal connections."<br />

wine producers from 14 different<br />

countries (Argentina, Australia,<br />

Austria, Brazil, Chile, France, Greece,<br />

Georgia, Italy, Portugal, Scotland,<br />

South Africa, Spain and Uruguay)<br />

including a spirits producer from<br />

Scotland. <strong>The</strong>re’s a brochure on the<br />

stand with details of all the producers<br />

including their production type<br />

and volumes. Whether visitors are<br />

looking for large or small wineries<br />

or organic, biodynamic or vegan<br />

friendly producers, there's something<br />

for everyone. It's a great way to find<br />

diverse producers all in one place<br />

Hall 5.1 / Stand A 077<br />

<strong>The</strong> goal of <strong>Wine</strong>s Unearthed is to<br />

help their producers understand<br />

the different markets of visitors who<br />

attend the fair as well as be part of<br />

a diverse group of quality producers.<br />

One producer on the <strong>Wine</strong>s<br />

Unearthed stand, Matias Prezios from<br />

Los Cerros de San Juan in Uruguay,<br />

enthusiastically explained the<br />

importance of exhibiting at <strong>Wine</strong> <strong>Paris</strong><br />

& <strong>Vinexpo</strong> <strong>Paris</strong>, "By exhibiting at the<br />

fair, we effectively position ourselves<br />

in a market that appreciates and<br />

seeks premium wines. Participating<br />

in <strong>Wine</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> & <strong>Vinexpo</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> allows<br />

us to gain invaluable information on<br />

the latest trends and preferences<br />

in the wine sector, especially in the<br />

premium segment. "<br />

Visitors to the <strong>Wine</strong>s Unearthed<br />

stand will find 33 small-medium sized<br />

Ridley Scott hosts Mas<br />

des Infermières tasting<br />

Filmmaker Ridley Scott, owner of Mas des Infermières,<br />

was on hand to greet visitors at the tasting offered at the<br />

estate's stand on the first day of <strong>Wine</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> & <strong>Vinexpo</strong><br />

<strong>Paris</strong> <strong>2024</strong>.<br />

While Ridley Scott acquired the<br />

estate of about twenty hectares set<br />

in the heart of the French Luberon<br />

appellation in 1992, the renowned<br />

director said he was not overly<br />

familiar with the wine business. "I<br />

love wine, but this is the first time<br />

I've ever been to an international<br />

wine event," he admitted. "I'm<br />

impressed by how vast the industry<br />

is."<br />

of the Luberon, a terroir that<br />

combines the characteristics of<br />

the Mediterranean climate of the<br />

Rhone region with that of Haute<br />

Provence. While Ridley Scott<br />

claimed he did not have a favourite<br />

among his estate's wines, staff at<br />

the Mas des Infermières stand said<br />

that he was very fond of Ombre<br />

de Lune 2020, a cuvée made from<br />

90% Syrah and 10% Grenache.<br />

wines, all of which boast labels<br />

imagined and designed by the<br />

film director himself. Mas des<br />

Infermières also presented its latest<br />

cuvée, Jojo, named after Ridley<br />

Scott's dog<br />

Hall 4 / Stand B 077<br />

Mas des Infermières, located<br />

in the heart of the Luberon<br />

appellation, in the commune of<br />

Oppède, represents the typicality<br />

At the Mas des Infermières stand<br />

visitors were able to taste Ombre<br />

de Lune and were treated to a<br />

selection of the estate's other<br />

THE DAILY • WEDNES<strong>DAY</strong> 14 FEBRUARY <strong>2024</strong> 7


© Deepix<br />




WHICH I<br />

THINK IS<br />




AND<br />


Stéphanie de<br />

Boüard-Rivoal<br />

President and Managing<br />

Director of Château<br />

Angelus<br />

8 THE DAILY • WEDNES<strong>DAY</strong> 14 FEBRUARY <strong>2024</strong> wineparis-vinexpo.com


I<br />

“<strong>Wine</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> & <strong>Vinexpo</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> is<br />

the world's crossroads for great wines”<br />

Stéphanie de Boüard-Rivoal, President and Managing Director<br />

of Château Angelus, spoke with <strong>The</strong> <strong>Daily</strong> in an exclusive interview<br />

<strong>The</strong> President of the historic domain outlined her<br />

role as custodian of Angelus' history, the domain's<br />

take on innovation, and the unique vintage the<br />

Majestueux 2022, revealed at <strong>Wine</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> & <strong>Vinexpo</strong><br />

<strong>Paris</strong> yesterday.<br />

You run an estate that has been<br />

in your family since 1782. How<br />

do you see your role today and<br />

what aspects of this heritage<br />

do you feel are essential to<br />

preserve?<br />

My role is to guarantee the<br />

continuity of the family estate<br />

- I'd say that's one of the<br />

characteristics that makes it<br />

unique - and to manage it as<br />

efficiently as possible. This means<br />

my management must be the<br />

vector of our development and<br />

our independence. In a way, I'm<br />

the custodian of an institution as<br />

well as the director of a company<br />

that's growing fast. <strong>The</strong> most<br />

precious part of my heritage I will<br />

pass on to my own children, to<br />

ensure that the estate continues<br />

as a family, and this is above all<br />

a matter of humility. I would say<br />

that the heart of this heritage is<br />

paradoxically intangible. It leads<br />

us to spontaneously embrace,<br />

with enthusiasm and gratitude, the<br />

greatness made possible by the<br />

accumulated effort from several<br />

generations, of which we are only<br />

temporarily the custodians.<br />

What innovations are you<br />

looking to introduce?<br />

I'm not particularly looking for<br />

innovation for innovation's sake,<br />

but I see it as a way of making<br />

progress on one level or another.<br />

I'm lucky enough to be surrounded<br />

by a team made up of many<br />

talented people, who are curious<br />

and enthusiastic, and this leads<br />

me quite naturally to carry out<br />

all sorts of studies with practical<br />

applications in the day-to-day<br />

running of the domain. I believe<br />

that Angélus embodies this<br />

duality, which I think is quite rare,<br />

between tradition and innovation.<br />

We don't keep what we think is<br />

good about tradition out of pure<br />

sentimentality, but because it<br />

truly holds the key to a promising<br />

future. In the same way, we expect<br />

innovation to be an engine of<br />

thought and reflection as well as<br />

a source of progress. We are not<br />

looking to rush ahead and escape<br />

the present. In terms of innovation,<br />

we are fundamentally pragmatic.<br />

We analyse things meticulously<br />

with a fundamentally Cartesian<br />

approach, but without dogmatism<br />

and without any posturing.<br />

Why is <strong>Wine</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> & <strong>Vinexpo</strong><br />

<strong>Paris</strong> such an important event for<br />

the industry and specifically for<br />

Château Angelus? Why did you<br />

choose this platform to present<br />

your wine, the Majestueux 2022?<br />

<strong>Wine</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> & <strong>Vinexpo</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> is the<br />

world's crossroads for great wines.<br />

It has succeeded in bringing<br />

together an entire industry that<br />

spans every continent. This makes<br />

for a fantastic showcase, as well<br />

as a global communications<br />

channel that reaches out to a<br />

very wide audience from varied<br />

backgrounds.<br />

Could you tell us more about<br />

the Majestueux 2022? What<br />

inspired your choice of name,<br />

for example?<br />

At Angelus, we've been naming<br />

each of our vintages for nearly<br />

30 years with a qualifier that we<br />

think best embodies the wine. For<br />

the 2022 vintage, we've gone for<br />

majestic, because this grandiose<br />

wine fits perfectly with everyone's<br />

idea of majesty. It is a blend of<br />

power and natural elegance, built<br />

around perfect balance and rare<br />

intensity. We are truly guided by<br />

the ideal of perfection. Perhaps<br />

never before has it been so<br />

superbly embodied as with this<br />

extraordinary vintage. It's a wine<br />

that I think our descendants<br />

will still be able to enjoy several<br />

generations from now, provided<br />

they have the presence of mind to<br />

store it properly.<br />

You mentioned that the<br />

Majestueux 2022 comes close<br />

to the ideal of excellence that<br />

inspires and guides the estate.<br />

Could you tell us more about this<br />

ideal and the elements that have<br />

contributed to the uniqueness of<br />

Majestueux 2022?<br />

<strong>The</strong> winegrower's job is to express<br />

as accurately as possible the<br />

threefold uniqueness of a place in<br />

terms of geology, ampelography<br />

and climate. <strong>The</strong>re is a history, of<br />

course, that of the people who<br />

have served this place through<br />

the ages, and a temporal context,<br />

the specific year of the vintage.<br />

Our ideal of excellence leads us to<br />

want to transcend this every year,<br />

to exalt the expression of this triple<br />

singularity and offer an emotion<br />

that will reflect our sensitivity, our<br />

history, the greatness of our terroir<br />

and the precision of each of our<br />

gestures that leads to producing<br />

this miracle that we encapsulate<br />

in a bottle year after year in the<br />

same way precious relics were<br />

searched for in the past<br />


2022 UNVEILED<br />


VINEXPO PARIS <strong>2024</strong><br />

In a special preview, Stéphanie de Boüard-<br />

Rivoal, Angelus President and Managing<br />

Director, unveiled the bottles for the<br />

Château's Majestueux 2022 at <strong>Wine</strong> <strong>Paris</strong><br />

& <strong>Vinexpo</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> yesterday. <strong>The</strong> atmosphere<br />

was one of excitement and anticipation as<br />

Stéphanie de Boüard-Rivoal described the<br />

vintage she believes will "make history"<br />

and marks "the end of a cycle, and a new<br />

beginning."<br />

For an exceptional vintage and beginning<br />

of a new cycle, Angelus needed an<br />

exceptional bottle, and they had one<br />

created specifically for the occasion. Just<br />

ten years after the creation of Angelus'<br />

iconic black and gold bottle, the bottle for<br />

the 2022 Majestueux is once again in the<br />

tradition of jewellery craftsmanship, with a<br />

coating obtained using a complex technical<br />

process that allows real gold (20 carats)<br />

and mother-of-pearl to literally imprint the<br />

glass. <strong>The</strong> celestial symbolism in the design<br />

of the bottle featuring a blazing sun in the<br />

heart of the night and two ellipses points<br />

to Angelus' new beginning and constant<br />

quest for perfection. <strong>The</strong> Majestueux 2022<br />

will be available from November <strong>2024</strong><br />

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Amoroso: A Corsican rosé<br />

ideal for Valentine's Day<br />

<strong>The</strong> presentation of the Union des<br />

Vignerons du Levant (UVAL)'s<br />

Amoroso at <strong>Wine</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> & <strong>Vinexpo</strong><br />

<strong>Paris</strong> <strong>2024</strong> coincides with<br />

Valentine's Day and Amoroso is just<br />

the wine for celebrating romance.<br />

This quality rosé from Corsica<br />

made from the local Sciaccarellu<br />

variety, Syrah, and Garnache,<br />

is perfect for special occasions.<br />

Crisp and fresh, Amoroso offers<br />

a typically Corsican personality<br />

while remaining accessible<br />

Hall 4 / Stand D 124<br />


POINTS<br />

Unique cut glass bottle ideal<br />

for special occasions<br />

Presents personality while<br />

remaining accessible<br />

Reasonable consumer<br />

pricing point<br />

Fulcrand Cabanon: A Languedoc<br />

Cabrières rosé from an awardwinning<br />

cooperative<br />

From L'Estabel, a small<br />

cellar in Cabrières founded<br />

in 1937 that today counts<br />

25 winegrowers, Fulcrand<br />

Cabanon rosé is a controlled<br />

designation of origin<br />

Languedoc Cabrières<br />

made from Cinsault,<br />

Grenache, Syrah. With<br />

vines located in the French<br />

region of Hérault, Fulcrand<br />

Cabanon benefits from<br />

a Mediterranean climate<br />

and carbonate schist soils,<br />


POINTS<br />

Produced by an awardwinning<br />

cooperative<br />

Velvety and fruity<br />

Typical of the Languedoc<br />

Cabrières terroir<br />

producing a wine that is<br />

both velvety and fruity, and<br />

very typical of the terroir.<br />

<strong>The</strong> first cooperative<br />

winery to be elected<br />

"<strong>Wine</strong>maker of the Year"<br />

in the Guide Hachette<br />

2023, L'Estabel has<br />

also won gold medals<br />

at the Concours<br />

Général de <strong>Paris</strong><br />

Hall 4 / Stand G 224<br />

Harmonie Cremant<br />

from the Jura<br />

A fresh and elegant sparkling<br />

Cremant from the Jura region<br />

in France, Harmonie Cremant<br />

is produced by Domaine Pierre<br />

Richard. Situated in the heart of<br />

the Jura between the Seille and<br />

the town of Lons Le Saunier, the<br />

domain benefits from a rich soil<br />

with an excellent predisposition for<br />

white wine, particularly for Cremant.<br />


POINTS<br />

<strong>The</strong> winery's<br />

flagship wine<br />

Certified organic<br />

No added sugar<br />

Made from Chardonnay, Harmonie<br />

Cremant offers a sensation of fine<br />

bubbles that reveal fresh and fruity<br />

aromas, making it ideal for an<br />

aperitif or any time<br />

Hall 3 / Stand E 156-2<br />

EthicDrinks presents one of the<br />

lightest bottles on the market<br />

EthicDrinks is unveiling its latest<br />

innovation with its lightest bottle<br />

yet at <strong>Wine</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> & <strong>Vinexpo</strong> <strong>2024</strong>,<br />

weighing in at just 370g. This is a<br />

significant step forward for the<br />

world of wine, at an impressive<br />

40% lighter compared to the market<br />

average. This initiative goes hand<br />

in hand with EthicDrinks' overall<br />

commitment to environmental<br />

sustainability, with lighter bottles<br />

meaning substantial CO 2<br />

savings,<br />

contributing to greener transport.<br />

EthicDrinks strives to "make the<br />

world of wine more respectful of the<br />

environment, for the planet and for<br />

consumers", a promise that goes<br />

beyond the show, as this bottle will<br />

be available across the EthicDrinks<br />

range from <strong>2024</strong><br />

Hall 4 / Stand H 386<br />

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<strong>Wine</strong>s of Argentina<br />

increases presence at<br />

<strong>Wine</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> & <strong>Vinexpo</strong> <strong>Paris</strong><br />

<strong>2024</strong><br />

In the last 20 years, Argentina has managed to position<br />

itself as a producer of high quality wine worldwide.<br />

Growing interest from key opinion leaders and<br />

medals and recognition from national labels speak to<br />

Argentina's increasing reputation and prestige. <strong>Wine</strong>s<br />

of Argentina is exhibiting at <strong>Wine</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> & <strong>Vinexpo</strong><br />

<strong>Paris</strong> this year with 50% more wineries than last year.<br />

<strong>The</strong> eighth largest country on<br />

the planet, Argentina extends<br />

approximately 3,700 km from north<br />

to south. This span translates<br />

into a geographical, climatic and<br />

cultural diversity providing an<br />

incredible array of terroirs that is<br />

reflected in the wines produced<br />

and the grape varieties that can be<br />

grown. <strong>The</strong> combination of soils<br />

and altitudes, added to factors<br />

such as temperature, sunlight,<br />

harvest time and vinification<br />

styles reflect the complexity of<br />

Argentina's wine. <strong>The</strong> discovery of<br />

this complexity goes hand in hand<br />

with innovative processes that are<br />

redefining the identity of wines in<br />

the country. According to <strong>Wine</strong>s<br />

of Argentina, today Argentina is<br />

producing the best wines in its<br />

history.<br />

In line with current challenges<br />

on a global scale, Argentine<br />

wine production is increasingly<br />

oriented towards respect for the<br />

natural environment of origin,<br />

incorporating greater added value.<br />

Argentine wineries recognise that<br />

sustainability is key to ensuring<br />

the future and are committed to<br />

the production of premium wines<br />

from sustainable practices. Many<br />

wineries are undertaking rational<br />

water management in an effort to<br />

reduce their water footprint.<br />

Visitors to <strong>Wine</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> & <strong>Vinexpo</strong><br />

<strong>Paris</strong> can discover more about<br />

<strong>Wine</strong>s of Argentina on their stand<br />

in Hall 5.2<br />

Hall 5.2 / Stand C 029<br />

Hillside Vineyard Grenache,<br />

an exceptional single-vineyard<br />

Grenache from Australia's<br />

Barossa Valley<br />

Torbreck Vintners' Hillside Vineyard<br />

Grenache is a unique single vineyard<br />

Grenache that comes from the<br />

most southerly Torbreck vineyard<br />

in the Barossa Valley in Australia.<br />

Located just north of the township<br />

of Lyndoch, this historic property<br />

was one of the very first to be settled<br />

in the 1850's and was acquired by<br />

DaschBosch pursues its<br />

dedication to individuality,<br />

regionality, and old vines<br />

Uni<strong>Wine</strong>s' premium brand of South<br />

African wines, DaschBosch, is<br />

focused on old vines, single vineyards<br />

and alternative styles of wine making,<br />

creating hand-crafted wines in the<br />

Breedekloof wine valley with a unique<br />

character that reflect the landscape,<br />

its climate, old and sometimes fragile<br />

soils, and complex culture.<br />

Through its Heritage Range,<br />

DaschBosch continues its longstanding<br />

dedication to individuality<br />

and regionality, as well as its focus old<br />

vines. <strong>The</strong> salvaged old vines of the<br />

region produce grapes of character<br />

with an unmistakable sense of place<br />

that are tended to with care as an<br />

important part of the living history of<br />

the valley.<br />

Old vines produce wines that reflect<br />

decades of growing in one place<br />

to produce delicate but powerful<br />

wines. In this tradition, DaschBosch<br />

Torbreck in 2002. Grown in a soil<br />

consisting of dark red clay scattered<br />

with shale, quartzite and ironstone,<br />

the dry grown bush vines are low<br />

yielding and consistently produce<br />

outstanding fruit<br />

Hall 5.2 / Stand D 056<br />

is presenting its 2017 Gevonden<br />

Muscat produced from a 123-year-old<br />

vineyard and its Mossiesdrift Chenin<br />

Blanc from a vineyard planted in<br />

1962<br />

Hall 5.2 / Stand E 037<br />


POINTS<br />

Low yield vines<br />

Seamless tannin<br />

profile due to<br />

partial whole bunch<br />

fermentation<br />

Aged in French oak<br />

foudre barrels<br />

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© Emilio Del Prado<br />

WHERE<br />

TO GO IN<br />

PARIS<br />

<strong>The</strong> OFF - getting into<br />

the right mood in the<br />

French Capital<br />

<strong>The</strong> OFF by <strong>Wine</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> & <strong>Vinexpo</strong> <strong>Paris</strong> is THE definitive<br />

list of restaurants and bars across the city of lights. Take<br />

the time to drop by one or two – and get into the right<br />

mood for the show!<br />

Mamagoto<br />

This French-Japanese new-style bistro rides the crest of sharing plates with<br />

Japanese and Basque influences. <strong>The</strong> wine list features natural and artisan<br />

winegrowers.<br />

5 rue des Petits Hôtels - 10 e arr.<br />

TEL: +33 1 44 79 03 98<br />

Gravity<br />

From the bar to the ceiling, an impressive wave of wood<br />

carries a whiff of delicacy throughout this venue, and its<br />

polished concrete cladding. Behind the bar, Sheena J. Galan<br />

makes us lose our sense of gravity with her amazingly<br />

elaborate tipples. Here, learned libations and gastropubstyle<br />

dishes sit comfortably side by side to create matches<br />

that are all too rare in the cocktail game – food and drinks<br />

pairings. It certainly isn’t just Red Bull that gives you wings!<br />

Experimental Cocktail Club<br />

<strong>The</strong> Experimental Cocktail Club is the<br />

first born of the Experimental Group.<br />

Precursor in the cocktail culture of<br />

<strong>Paris</strong>, and HQ of mixologists from<br />

all around the world, this bar is an<br />

essential of the Sentier neighborhood.<br />

We taste a precise and refined cocktail<br />

list with a typical <strong>Paris</strong>ian touch.<br />

37 rue Saint-Sauveur - 2 e arr.<br />

TEL: +33 1 45 08 88 09<br />

experimentalgroup.com<br />

44 rue des Vinaigriers - 10 e arr.<br />

TEL: +33 6 98 54 92 49<br />

Drinks&Co<br />

Bar<br />

Le Drouant, where literary awards set the<br />

tempo, plays a key role in <strong>Paris</strong>’ gourmet<br />

food scene. Its prolific choice of wines, with<br />

around thirty served by the glass, claims to<br />

be the finest Rhone wine list in the capital.<br />

Out of its 2,000-strong wine library, half is<br />

dedicated to the region!<br />

See all restaurants & bars<br />

and book online:<br />

106 rue Saint-Lazare - 8 e arr.<br />

TEL: +33 1 42 65 15 16<br />



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