Elisabeth Fosso - 07-déc.-2015 10:43:35
 For the 9th edition of the French Wine Trade Show , Business France organises a trade tasting gathering 21 wine companies from all French wine regions. They will introduce more than 250 wines to the Irish trade, covering a wide range of appellations. Irish wine importers and journalists will have a unique opportunity to discover and taste some of the renowned wines of France at the Aviva Stadium, on Tuesday 19th January 2016 , from 1pm to 6:30pm.  Over the years, many partnerships between French wineries and Irish importers were built from the informal introductions made at this event. Organised as a walk-in tasting, this is a full Tour de France (Provence, Bordeaux, South-West, Rhône, Alsace, Loire and many more regions) under one roof!  SUD DE FRANCE is associated to the event this year, bringing nine exclusive companies from the Languedoc-Roussillon region. SUD DE FRANCE is the umbrella structure for Languedoc-Roussillon wines, highlighting the origin, the savoir-faire and the exceptional Mediterranean terroir of the area.  As the only French wine trade event in Ireland, this is an unmissable stop for importers who are looking for new lines for their portfolio. For more information, please contact Myriam Kajji – / 012 77 5086  

France is no longer the world’s largest wine producer

Elisabeth Fosso - 04-déc.-2015 12:40:22
While the French harvest outnumbered the 2014 production by 1%, it is not enough to maintain France as the world’s largest wine producer. According to the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV), Italy is now the leading wine producer with a sharp 10% increase of its production to 48,8M hl whereas France produced 47,3M hl this year. Spain ranks third as its production fell by 4% to 36,6M hl. These three countries account for 48% of the world’s production and underline the European domination. Still, France remains the largest producer for rosé with a third of the global production (7,6M hl) followed by Spain (5,5M hl) and the United States (3,5M hl). Italy comes in fourth place with 2,5M hl. In order to promote French wines in Ireland, Business France organises a trade event gathering 21 wine producers from all French wine regions. Taking place on Tuesday 19 th January at the Aviva Stadium, this professional event aims at gathering wine importers and journalists and giving them the opportunity to discover some of the renowned wines of France.         Source :, ©  

Big success for the French Wine Trade Show

Isabelle Toulouze - 10-févr.-2015 10:42:30
    On Tuesday 20th January 2015, the Aviva Stadium was home to the 8th edition of the French Wine Trade Show, a unique professional event dedicated to French Wines and which has, over the past number of years, become a show of reference for wine professionals in Ireland.    This year the event gathered 20 French companies: 19 wine companies representing all French wine regions (Burgundy, Bordeaux, Champagne, Alsace, Rhône, South-West, Languedoc, Loire, Provence, Beaujolais) and one spirit company specialised in Calvados and Armagnac.    With over 100 professional visitors, the event was a true success and all parties present welcomed the return of this Irish wine specialists’ “must attend” event. Among the visitors, 91 importers from 60 Irish importing companies, 9 journalists and the French Ambassador to Ireland were present.   Several distributors have already placed orders for French Wines they tasted at the event and we expect that other ongoing negotiations will result in strong commercial partnerships very quickly.   Business France’s agribusiness team in Ireland looks forward to seeing you next year, for the 9th edition of the French Wine Trade Show!    For more information, please contact Myriam Kajji – / 01 411 2118      

French Wine Trade Show 2015

TOULOUZE Isabelle - 09-janv.-2015 13:23:18
We are glad to present you  our new brochure where you will be able to find all the details you need about the 20 wine and spirits French companies attending the event. As a reminder, the French Wine Trade Show is organised at the Aviva Stadium (Havelock Suite) on January 20 th 2015 , starting at 1PM ! Please, do not hesitate to contact us should you need any further information (Myriam KAJJI - 01 411 21 18 - ) Looking forward to seeing you on January 20 th !

Success of the 6th French Wine Trade Show in Dublin

Agathe Damour - 30-janv.-2013 11:20:09
On Tuesday 22 nd January 2013, UBIFRANCE Ireland organised the 6 th edition of its French Wine Trade Show and had the pleasure to welcome 15 French wine companies looking for representation in Ireland. The event took place at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin where the Irish wine trade had the opportunity to discover and taste more than 200 wines.  This event was a great success for the French companies because they had a concrete view of the Irish Wine market and they were highly satisfied with the quality of the attendance. The results of these meetings are already showing up as several French companies are in advanced discussions with Irish importers. After six successful editions of the French Wine Trade Show in Ireland, we can proudly say that this is a must attend event when it comes to French wine in Ireland.

French Wine Trade Show 2013 - The brochure is now available !

Pierre Olivier - 15-janv.-2013 15:30:54
The Agribusiness department of the French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE is pleased to welcome 18 French wine producers looking for importers and/or distributors in Ireland. The event will be held at the Aviva Stadium on Tuesday January 22 nd , from 1pm to 7pm . Call in to discover some of the marvelous wines from all over France that will be shown that day. The exhibitors of this fair are : GEORGES BURRIER – BURGUNDY DOMAINES BONFILS – LANGUEDOC, BORDEAUX EJDIS INTERNATIONAL – ALSACE, LOIRE, BORDEAUX, RHÔNE, SOUTH WEST DOMAINE DE LA PROVENQUIÈRE – LANGUEDOC MAISON RIVIÈRE – BORDEAUX DOMAINE DU TARIQUET – SOUTH WEST PASCAL BOUCHARD – BURGUNDY CAVES DE POUILLY-SUR-LOIRE - LOIRE CHEVAL QUANCARD – BORDEAUX HENRI DE VILLAMONT – BURGUNDY THUNEVIN – BORDEAUX RÉTHORÉ DAVY – LOIRE DOMAINE GRIS DES BAURIES – RHÔNE ROLLAND COLLECTION – BORDEAUX DOMAINE DES TILLEULS – LOIRE GENUINE WINES - MINERVOIS, PROVENCE, JURA, ALSACE CHÂTEAU DE L’ESCARELLE – PROVENCE VIGNOBLES FONCALIEU – LANGUEDOC, PROVENCE, RHÔNE The brochure of the event is now available. Please download it from the link below.

French Wine Trade Show 2013 - List of Exhibitors

Pierre Olivier - 07-janv.-2013 13:51:53
Dear Wine Lovers, The list of exhibitors for the next French Wine Trade Show is available. Please download it below this post. We look forward to seeing on the 22nd January 2013 at the Aviva Stadium to discover new wines from France and future products for your portfolio.  
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Business France, the French Trade Commission in Dublin, is the trade section of the French Embassy in Ireland. Our bicultural team comprises 7 motivated professionals, dedicated to the promotion of the trade between Ireland and France, helping the Irish trade to source products from France and French exporters to find Irish partners. Our office is organised in business sectors: -     Agribusiness , -     Fashion, Housing, Healthcare , -     Infrastructure, Transport, Industry, -     ICT, Innovation, Services, Please click here to view our organigram. We organise Trade Events on a yearly planning, for which you may participate and register your interest. Furthermore, we are in a position to help you source products from France on an individual basis. If you are looking for French suppliers, please contact us or visit the French Exporters Directory ( )   Busine


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