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JAPAN – Bourgogne wine tastings and press conference in Tokyo


JAPAN – Bourgogne wine tastings and press conference in Tokyo

Bourgogne wines continue their world tour with prescribers!

After two years of pandemic, the Bourgogne Wine Board (BIVB) with 22 importers, are delighted to meet again the wine professionals of Japan and the press for a friendly tasting.

The BIVB will hold a press conference on the theme "Bourgogne Wines looks to the future". The BIVB's Communication Commission President, Michel Barraud, will talk about the challenges facing Bourgogne today and how the winegrowers and merchants, with the help of the industry's technical experts, intend to meet them.

⇒ Press conference (1h30 minutes) on site schedule to be announced

In one room, importers-exhibitors will present a selection of appellations with an excellent quality/price/pleasure ratio that will seduce the professionals of Bourgogne wines. Because if Bourgogne has the reputation of being a vineyard of excellence with expensive wines, it should not be forgotten that it offers a much wider range than just its iconic Villages Premier Crus and Grand Crus. The Régionale appellations (52% of Bourgogne's wine production!) and many Village AOCs are worth a visit and are quite affordable.

In another will be proposed moments of tasting dedicated to the Climats of Chablis wines of the left and right bank. As well as a playful discovery of the regional appellations Bourgogne and Mâcon plus geographical denomination, thanks to a Sugoroku (Like the popular Snakes and ladders very appreciated by the Japanese).

⇒ Tasting and workshops from 1pm to 5pm

See you in Tokyo on Wednesday, July 13 at
5 Chome-31 Jingumae, Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0001, Japan

Event reserved for press and professionals, by invitation only. To obtain an invitation or information: Alexandra Berthelot -

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