The most important personalities of the european wine world met in Brussels this 7th november at the Permanent Representation of Bavaria, invited by Jean-Paul Bachy, President of the Association European regions wine (AREV). They took the floor : Jean-Paul Bachy, also president of the Champagne-Ardennes region, presidents or representatives of regions in France, Italy, Romania, … Continue reading
Interview with Astrid Luling member of European Parliament and President of the wine Intergroup of European Parliament.
Interview with Gilles SAVARY, member of French Parliament 5e circ. Gironde (PS), at AREV conference on plantations rights held in Brussels the 7th November 2012.
Interview with Alain ROUSSET, President of Aquitaine Region (PS), at AREV conference held in Brussels the 7th of november 2012.
Interview with Philippe-Armand MARTIN, president ANEV, at AREV conference held in brussels the 07th November 2012.
Interview with Jean-Paul BACHY, president AREV, pdt region Champagne-Ardennes, at AREV conference held in Brussels on plantation rights.
Interview with Francois PATRIAT, President of Bourgogne Region, on plantation rights AREV 07/11/2012.
Interview with Franco Manzato Minister of Agriculture of Veneto Region on occasion of plantation rights conference held in Brussels last 7th of November 2012.
In Belgium the harvest began, we were at Domaine du Chenoy with Philippe Grafé in Emines (Namur, Belgium).
4 partners launch a committee to promote the application of Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore to obtain the recognition as World Heritage Site. The official inauguration of the Committee for the nomination hills of Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore as site of world heritage at UNESCO took place on wednesday july 25th at Villa Brandolini in Solighetto … Continue reading
Nobody believed top wine could be made on the banks of the Meuse river in Belgium. Château Bon Baron did it ! Once upon a time, there was a dutch lady who fell in love of a beautiful picturesque region in Belgium, 15km south-east from Namur. This is the Meuse valley. A lovely river with … Continue reading