source : artdevivregroup.com
As one of the most impressive stands at Vinexpo, Pont des Arts successfully created a museum-like experience for all the visitors onsite. Our stand presents a luxury feeling with our five collections and special collaboration items.
Visitor onsite enjoyed tremendously our miscellaneous wine selections from Bordeaux, Burgundy, Provence and Champagne, and also spirits selections ranging from Cognac, Armagnac to Whisky
Bordeaux: Rive Droite 2010 and Lalande-de-Pomerol 2012, both featured with great tannins, power and elegance.
Burgundy: Gevrey-Chambertin 2013, Corton Grand Cru 2014, Chassagne-Montrachet Premiere Cru 2014 and Nuits-Saint-Georges 2010, all characterized by a great balance, complexity and feminity.
Provence: Rose Chene Bleu Vieille vignes 2017, characterized by a wonderful crisp and long finish.
Champagne: New edition of the Champagne Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs made in collaboration with Pierre Peters. The new bottle adorns the same artwork than the first edition the great “Octopus” by Miquel Barcelo yet on a beautiful cream-colored lithographic paper and a nice gold capsule.
Cognac: 40-year-old cognac XO, which loved by most visitors of the striking art label by Yue Minjun and the smooth and delicate aftertaste
Armagnac: 50-year-old Armagnac Beyond life, a connoisseurs favorite with the elegant “Sky” painting by Zao Wou-Ki
Whisky: 18-year-old Japanese whiskey introduced for the first time at Vinexpo (very exclusive because elixir from the last cask)
Arthur de Villepin and Thibault Pontallier, founders of Pont des Arts, flew in from London and Paris to meet visitors, professionals and media at Vinexpo. They were happy to disclose insights about the brand and the collaborations with PDA celebrated winemakers and artists. A series of interviews and photo shootings took place at the booth with major specialized magazines from HKG and Mainland China illustrating this major event.
Vinexpo Hong Kong 2018 was hailed as a success and “surpassed all expectations”, with an overall increase in visitor numbers particularly from mainland China, cementing its position as Asia-Pacific’s most important trade event for industry professionals over its three-day show held at Hong Kong’s Convention and Exhibition Centre from May 29–31, according to its organiser.