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Wine Paris & Vinexpo Paris 2023, even more global

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Wine Paris & Vinexpo Paris will be opening its doors again from 13 to 15 February 2023 at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles.

More than 3,100 wine and spirits producers from 45 countries and over 30,000 professionals are due to attend the first major international event of the year.

Wine Paris & Vinexpo Paris, a global marketplace

In 2023, the exhibition is making room to host international visitors and exhibitors, with over 45 producer countries attending.

International pavilions include the United States, which is making a major comeback in Paris (California, Oregon, New York and Washington will attend), but also Japan, Argentina, Canada, Germany, Austria, Greece, Lebanon, Luxembourg and Switzerland.

Many other international players will also be presenting their products, including Chile with VSPT Wine Group, Portugal with ViniPortugal and the IVDP (Instituto dos Vinhos do Douro e Porto) which will be exhibiting for the first time in Paris; Spain with Viña Costeira, Bodegas Medrano Irazu, Bodegas Franco Española, Dominio de Punctum, Bodegas Raíces Ibéricas and Very Fine Vinos; and Italy, with Matteo Colla-Wines from Piedmont, Area 39 and Consorzio Tutela del Vino Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco.

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Wine Paris & Vinexpo Paris, the gathering point for all French wine regions

Never before have the French wine marketing boards been so determined to join forces by being stakeholders in this major event so that every strand of the industry and French region can come together under one roof at the same time.

Independent winegrowers will attend alongside the country’s major players, with wines from Alsace (Alsace Frey-Sohler, Henri Ehrart), Beaujolais (Maison Jean Loron, Les vins Aujoux), Bordeaux (Duclot, Domaine Barons de Rothschild-Lafite, Vignerons bio de Nouvelle Aquitaine), Burgundy (Diva Domaines & Distillerie, Paquet Montagnac), Languedoc-Roussillon (Gérard Bertrand, Vignobles Jeanjean, Mas de Daumas Gassac), Loire (Orchidées Maisons de vin, Domaine de Bois Mozé), Champagne (Champagne Mailly Grand Cru, Champagne Palmer & Co, Champagne Gratiot & Cie, Champagne Lallier, Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte) and the Rhone Valley (Famille Ravoire, Domaines Aimé Arnoux).

Wine Paris & Vinexpo Paris, the go-to event for spirits

The Be Spirits area will gather together spirits and craft drinks from all backgrounds, ranging from craft distilleries to recognised brands, hard tea to rum infusions and innovation to tradition.

International spirits include Eyland Spirits and their Icelandic gin Olafsson; whisky, rum and vodka from Canada with Notaboo; Japanese sake and shochu with the Japan Sake and Shochu Makers Association; and American ready-to-drink Slim Chillers.

French spirits will also be showcased with attendance by the National Armagnac Bureau; Cognac with Château Montifaud; craft cream liqueurs with La Mentheuse; and whisky with La Distillerie Warenghem.

The Infinite Bar, designed for mixologists, will this year feature 10 Parisian bars, 5 bars from French regions and 5 European bars spread over an extensive, 40-metre-long bar.

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