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« Are you a big fan of French drinks? We completely understand this passion. That’s why we have decided to interview some of the most important drinks makers in France so that they can deliver some of their best advices on how they make such a good French wine.”

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Charles Heidsieck Champagne house Exports are part of our DNA
 

Meeting with Cyril Brun, the cellar master of the Champagne house Charles Heidsieck:

 

This is quite possibly a legendary year, the kind we only see every 20 – 30 years and also with Stephen Leroux, champagnes Director CharlesHeidsieck detailing champagnes markets of the House.

Yellow wine from France's Jura Region The opening of the yellow wine

Yellow wine from France's Jura Region

 

Opening of the yellow wine ('La percée du vin jaune') is one of France’s most important wine festivals and is held every year during the first weekend of February. Newcomers and amateurs of this legendary and unique golden wine from France’s Jura region gather to celebrate and taste the new vintage.

 
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A new wave of coffee culture in France

A new wave of coffee culture in France

 

In the world capital of gastronomy, espresso at the counter is still too often associated with a "sock juice" ... But the coffee culture is progressing in France.

Natural wine Natural wine is as close to the fruit as possible. It is becoming increasingly popular.

Natural wine is as close to the fruit as possible. It is becoming increasingly popular.

The restaurant owner Pierre Jancou is an ardent defender of natural wine.

Alcohol abuse is dangerous for your health, consume with moderation.

Made in France, Made with love A new concept for the Pavilions France to serve French products and brands since January 2015.
  madeinlove With the France Pavilion, Sopexa supports each year nearly 2000 companies in 20 000m2 in the world. These pavilions remain a key element of business success internationally. With a new promise that federates and a new architecture of the stands, favorable environment for exports for a favorable export environment is immediately created, ensuring your products and your brand visibility they need to penetrate markets efficiently. Come exhibit your products on the new concept of the Pavilion, the colors of the hexagon, for guaranteed visibility and very high quality to international buyers. You will enjoy very functional and modern spaces, designed to meet your expectations in terms of services and furniture. Did you know that in each room, Sopexa deploys an important communication for exhibitors (press relations and media plan, partnerships, buzz on social networks ..), complete with animations high value held in the Pavilion, to present value your products and bring out the vis-à-vis competitors Pavilion? By exhibiting under the banner "Made in France, Made with love" is all the quality know-how to the French, the passion and commitment that drive you as professionals of the food sector are valued, whether business or inter-regional power. Sopexa and Heidi Win Big at France’s 2015 "Grands Prix Communication & Entreprise": they scoop up an Honorary Prize in Corporate Brand Identity category for “Made in France, Made with Love” campaign. At the 2015 “Grands Prix Communication & Entreprise” ceremony in France, Sopexa, the global agency for food, drink and lifestyle marketing, in partnership with Heidi, was awarded an Honorary Prize in the Corporate Brand Identity for the development of French Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Forestry’s campaign “Made in France, Made with Love" last week.
Created to support the export growth of circa 8 000 French companies around the world, the brand embodies the passion and know-how of France’s food and beverage industry professionals. It also highlights the traditions, terroirs and taste for innovation that drive them and make French products unique. The claim “Made in France, Made with Love” conveys a promise rooted in the French food industry‘s values. The visual was designed to be elegant and fit into any type of media harmoniously, while spotlighting the word “LOVE.”
The key visual features a knife, a fork and a bottle of wine that form a pattern evoking the monograms of France’s world-renowned lifestyle, fashion or leather goods brands. The new identity was introduced at international food & wine trade shows , via the French Pavilion. This true flagship brings together nearly 2,000 exhibitors at food and beverage trade shows worldwide and was visited by 755,000 industry professionals in 2015.
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