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Explore the “Mâcon plus” (reporté)

25/03/2020

Technology at the service of education on Bourgogne Wines!

Each episode of the interactive “Rendez-vous avec les vins de Bourgogne” show, promoted by the Bourgogne Wine Board (BIVB), brings together hundreds of industry professionals, journalists and influencers from around the world, around one or several Bourgogne appellations.

The next episode, to be screened on 25 March, will be dedicated to the wines of Mâcon plus geographical designations. The perfect opportunity to explore the diversity of terroirs in the Mâconnais through Mâcon-Chardonnay, Mâcon-Serrière or Mâcon-Azé for example. These wines are a good introduction to interpreting the notion of terroir, an essential concept of Bourgogne wines.


The show lasts for one hour.

  • The first 20 minutes are dedicated to reports and interviews with winegrowers.
  • The second part features a guided tasting of several wines that participants at the corresponding events organized around the world can sample simultaneously with Jean-Pierre Renard, expert instructor at the École des Vins de Bourgogne.
  • At the end of the show, Jean-Pierre will answer questions asked by participants via Twitter with the #BIVBRDV hashtag.

The show is broadcast via satellite to 10 countries, in English at 9am, 11am, 6pm and 10pm, and in French at 4pm, depending on the time zone.

Journalists — contact us if you would like to take part.

  • If an Official Bourgogne wines Instructor organizes a session in your country and close to you, we will send you the registration.
  • If no "physical" training is possible, we will still send you the link to watch (and rewatch) the show.

Missed the previons shows?

Videos of past episodes since 2014 are available on the Bourgogne wines YouTube channel.
 

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