Launched in September 2021, the Escargot Rouge was born from the desire to promote the red wines of the Canton of Vaud in Switzerland by creating a brand that meets the expectations of consumers. On the one hand, this brand highlights the know-how and quality of Vaud wines. On the other hand, it demonstrates that the canton of Vaud, known mainly for its white wines, also produces excellent reds. The Escargot Rouge is now available in two ranges: “Original”, round and fruity, and “Sélection”, powerful and aged in barrels. As a guarantee of quality, the wine must be certified by experts in the vat and then in the bottle before it can be marketed.
Take a walk through some of the most beautiful scenery in Switzerland: the UNESCO-listed Lavaux vineyard terraces are criss-crossed with marked trails with stunning views over Lake Geneva and the Alps. Little trains on wheels help you up the incline so you can enjoy a walk at your own pace.
Wine Paris & Vinexpo Paris returns from 13 to 15 February 2023 at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles. Four months ahead of the 4th edition, Vinexposium is preparing for its cornerstone event, where it aims to enhance the business experience for attendees and resonate with the entire community of wine and spirits professionals.
Raise a glass and toast to 364 years of Award-Winning South African Wine South Africa is the only country in the world that can accurately pinpoint the exact date of origin of its wine industry, due to a diary entry from 2 February 1659. Join us in celebrating South...
The announcement of the World’s Best Vineyards Awards 2023 will take place on July in Rioja. The jury that prepares the ranking is composed of more than 500 world personalities from the wine industry, sommeliers and expert travelers.
In a context which places sectors in front of new environmental, societal and economic issues, the VINITECH-SIFEL trade show that took place on November 30th and December 1st has confirmed its the dynamism of a century that adapts, innovates and brings new solutions, at the service of new practices to the agricultural sector.
Discover the inspiring sustainable practices of the 4 Best Of Wine Tourism Winners 2023 from Bilbao | Rioja, Porto, Mendoza and Valparaiso | Casablanca.
The world of wine tourism will meet in Portugal next February for 5 days of business and networking during the Porto Wine & Travel Week.
The event will bring to Porto dozens of international key players dedicated to the promotion and marketing of tourism programmes and products, combining wine, tourism and territories.
Great Wine Capitals Global Network is proud to announce the 2023 People’s Choice Award winners:
The Global Destination Sustainability Index (GDS-Index), a benchmark that analyses the sustainability performance of 65 global destinations, has unveiled its 2022 ranking. Participating for the fourth time,
Bordeaux progressed significantly with an overall score of 85.1%.
All aspects of viticulture and wine making are governed by international, national, and regional laws. Labels are a guarantee of quality for consumers and are awarded to wineries or wines that meet the requirements of strict specifications, controlled by an independent body. In Switzerland, there are three main organic labels: Vinatura, Bio Suisse and Demeter.
The Office des Vins Vaudois (OVV) is launching the first online wine library 100% Vaud wines in order to promote the quality and innovation of local products. On the vaudvins.ch platform, customers can easily access a wide range of wines and have them delivered to their homes. For the winemakers, it is a turnkey tool for selling and improving the reputation of their products.