International Demeter Wine Trade Fair at Angers, France, 6 & 7 February, 2017
Monday 6 and Tuesday 7 February, from 9 A.M. to 7 P.M.
Angers Exhibition Centre Novaxia Hall
70 French and international winemakers (Argentina, Austria, Chile, the Czech Republic, Spain, Switzerland).
For the second year in a row, Demeter winemakers will be present in the Angers Exhibition Centre’s Novaxia hall, alongside the Loire Valley Wine Trade Fair. The Levée de la Loire (organic winemakers from the Loire Valley) and its friends (organic winemakers from other regions of France), and the International Demeter Wine Trade Fair will be held on Monday 6 and Tuesday 7 February 2017. In total, more than 200 exhibitors will participate in the trade fair, including 83 from outside the Loire Valley and 7 from other countries around the world.
The little extras at this trade show:
Shuttle service between the venue and the Anger-St Laud train station
A €10 deposit for the wine tasting glass
Massages by Weleda (free) and photo exhibition by Jérôme Genée
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A place for exchange with Demeter
Come and meet with the Demeter France team at the Demeter Info Stand.
Check the wealth of available documents, books and DVDs on biodynamic agriculture and more particularly on biodynamic wine (free reading on the spot and purchase).
Don’t forget to arrange for your trip and accommodation to make your visit of our trade show an unforgettable experience!
For any further information (Press and Trade Fair), please contact: Ms. Aurélie Truffat
Demeter has been the leading international trademark for the certification of biodynamic agriculture since 1932. Biodynamics is a method of organic agriculture which increases the soil’s fertility and the vitality of the vines, in keeping with nature’s natural rhythms. Demeter certification guarantees that the vines have been grown according to biodynamic ethics and that the winemaking process has met the strictest of quality requirements.
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