From 11 to 13 February 2019

Paris Expo Porte de Versailles

The Funding bodies

6 wine trade associations have joined forces with Comexposium to create VinoVision Paris

Thee VinoVision Paris trade exhibition was born out of the will of French cool climate winegrowers to promote their wines in a dedicated environment. Their trade associations have joined forces with Comexposium to make their wish come true.

The funding trade associations of VinoVision Paris are:

Bureau interprofessionnel des Vins du Centre (BIVC)

BIVC has been promoting and communicating about Centre-Loire wines since its creation in 1994.
In the heart of France, the hillsides of the Loire and the Cher valleys account for 8 Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée (AOC) totalling 5,600 ha:

  1. Sancerre
  2. Pouilly-Fumé
  3. Menetou-Salon
  4. Quincy
  5. Reuilly
  6. Coteaux du Giennois
  7. Châteaumeillant
  8. Pouilly sur Loire

Syndicat Général des Vignerons (SGV)

SGV was created in 1919. It represents 99% of all of Champagne winegrowers numbering about 20,000 members. It is a professional syndicate staffed by winegrowers elected by their peers. It protects the interests of its members and the Champagne winegrowing region in general.
SGV also manages the Champagne sector together with Union des Maisons de Champagne (UMC) within Comité interprofessionnel du vin de Champagne (CIVC).

InterLoire, interprofession des Vins du Val de Loire

InterLoire, the wine trade association for Loire wines, represents 2,700 winegrowers, 200 wine merchants and 16 cooperatives from the Nantes area, Anjou, Saumurois and Touraine.
It protects and promotes the 50 Appellations d'Origine Contrôlée (AOC) from the region.

Bureau interprofessionnel des Vins de Bourgogne (BIVB)

BIVB, the wine trade association for Bourgogne wines, represents 300 wine merchants, 17 cooperatives and 3,949 wine estates.
It protects and promotes equally both wine growers and wine merchants.

Conseil interprofessionnel des Vins d’Alsace (CIVA)

CIVA was created in 1963 initially to protect and promote the Alsace Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée.
Its remit was extended to include Alsace Grand Crus and Crémant d’Alsace in 1975. It now encompasses 7 grape varieties, 13 municipal denominations and 51 local districts.

InterBeaujolais 

Inter Beaujolais est l’interprofession des vins AOC du Beaujolais. Créé en 1959, cet organisme privé, reconnu par l’Etat, regroupe tous les partenaires de la filière viticole du Beaujolais.
Son objectif est de permettre son développement à travers :

· La promotion des vins sur les marchés par des actions collectives
· La réalisation de travaux de recherche et d’expérimentation
· La transmission et la transparence des informations économiques
· La défense juridique des appellations du Beaujolais

L’organisation et l’harmonisation des pratiques et des relations professionnelles en usage.