With just a few weeks to go until the launch of Vinexpo 2015, make 14-18 June a firm date in the diary on Dourthe’s new stand: Les Terrasses – Thienot Bordeaux Champagnes – Hall 1 – stand A131.
Vinexpo is the go-to event for wine and spirit industry professionals held in Bordeaux every two years. Over the course of 5 days, 2,400 exhibitors from 44 countries descend on Vinexpo to showcase their wines to professionals and journalists.
Dourthe, exhibitors since 1981, welcomes visitors to its new stand
Heavily involved in Vinexpo’s organisation since its launch in 1981, Dourthe was one of the very first exhibitors at the fair. Former Dourthe Presidents, Jean-Paul Jauffret and Jean-Marie Chadronnier, have both held senior positions as President of the Vinexpo board, from 1981-1995 and 2002-2009 respectively. Both were instrumental in expanding the fair to international markets.
This year, Dourthe will present a range of wines on its new Thienot Bordeaux-Champagnes stand. This will also be the opportunity to taste the latest 2014 vintage of our Vignobles Dourthe wines, discover the new packaging for Dourthe Grande Cuvée and also the new range of presentation and gift boxes designed exclusively to mark Dourthe’s 175th anniversary.
Vinexpo 2015 – opening its door to new events and experiences
For this the latest 2015 edition, Vinexpo has been entirely revamped to offer a range of new services to visitors, outlined here for you below.
1.“Les Terrasses”: Vinexpo’s new stand space for Wine and Spirits Brands
Dourthe will showcase its wines on the “Terrasses” Thienot Bordeaux-Champagnes stand. This new premium stand concept, targeting prominent wine and spirits companies, is located at the heart of the fair, open on one side to the main exhibition hall and open to the outside on the other. Each company will have an enclosed, air-conditioned stand with a terrace looking out over the lake.
2.Quick, easy access to Vinexpo
When it comes to transport, this year a tram service will provide a direct link from Bordeaux city centre to the heart of the exhibition, taking just 15 minutes. Access to the fair is via Hall 1 car park or the floating bridge over the lake and leading directly to Dourthe’s stand.
Various themed stands dot the aisles of the fair providing a source of inspiration, including free-tastings, a self-service tasting area for rosé and sweet wines, not to mention a few Dourthe gems!
In addition, inside Vinexpo, discover a series of food and wine workshops hosted by Michelin-starred chefs and internationally renowned sommeliers.
4.Focus on food at Vinexpo
This year at Vinexpo French gastronomy will feature centre stage, offering the whole gamut of menu options, from food trucks to white tablecloth dining, and notably featuring Parisian restaurants Potel and Chabot and 110 de Taillevent. All eating establishments are located around the Lake and exhibitors may provide their own wines without paying corkage fees.
So plan your visit without further ado and make a date with Dourthe to meet the team and taste our wines.