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Mlle Inwood





The name Bordeaux has always been synonymous with quality and discovery for all wine lovers and experts. Wine brings people together and allows them to share a passion that many shares. During my various travels, I discovered that wine also allows me to learn more about the culture of a country than any other drink.

Wine makes it possible to highlight the richness of men and the richness of nature mixed through a diversity, a know-how that continues to evolve from year to year.

Depending on consumption habits and production methods, a wine will not be tasted in the same way in France as it is abroad.  We will not find the same aromatic complexities or the same bones from one wine to another. Wine allows me to tell a story that evolves over time. The one of the different civilizations that have rocked our world.


And if I am talking to you today about wine and Bordeaux, it is also to inform you that Vinexpo will open its doors at the exhibition center in Bordeaux lac from 13 May to 16 May 2019. These three days will be punctuated by numerous events such as master classes on Italian wines or conferences on very current topics such as the impact of climate change on vineyards worldwide.

So many subjects that since its creation in 1981 by the Bordeaux Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the World Wine and Spirits Exhibition has brought together no less than 45,000 visitors passionate about the wine industry from all over the world. 

We look forward to seeing you in the wonderful city of Bordeaux, which will become the world's wine capital for a few days.

And as Theodora de Banville told us, "At the bottom of the wine lies a soul".

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