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Bodegas Patrocinio at Vinexpo with TASTED 100% Blind

Bodegas Patrocinio
at Vinexpo with TASTED 100% Blind

bodegaspatrocinio.com


Vinexpo is one of the largest exhibitions for wine professionals and spirits from around the world. From the 18th to the 21st of June in the fantastic city of Bordeaux. Vinexpo will host 80 lecturers, 2350 exhibitors and about 50,000 visitors. Right in the heart of the fair (Hall 1, CD 339 and DE 339) 240 m2 of passion for blind tasting. With over 100 winegrowers from around the world in our Stand. A must for winemakers and wine lovers like us.

Bodegas Patrocinio will be protagonists this year with TASTED 100% Blind and Andreas Larsson, the Best Sommelier of the World.

Bodegas Patrocinio winery is the driving force behind Uruñuela, a town of 967 residents uniquely positioned in the heart of the Rioja Alta. We started out as 200 grape growers with small vineyards in Uruñuela, who in 1985 decided to join forces to produce and market our own wines. This marked the birth of our exemplary cooperative, Bodegas Patrocinio.


This are their wines you will find in Vinexpo TASTED 100% Blind:
• Lágrimas de María Crianza 2014 – Spain – Rioja – Red
• Zinio Garnacha 2016 – Spain – Rioja – Red
• Zinio Vendimia Seleccionada 2014 – Spain – Rioja – Red
• Zinio Reserva 2011 – Spain – Rioja – Red
• Zinio Selección Suelos 2011 – Spain – Rioja – Red


At Bodegas Patrocinio, as a cooperative, we have a huge responsibility to our families, our town, La Rioja, and Spanish wine in general.
We take our inspiration from winery cooperatives the world over, which contribute to the growth of the wine sector through research, development projects and collaboration with their business partners.
Cooperatives produce one out of every four bottles of wine in Europe and, thanks to this productive and commercial capacity, they have a significant impact on the vitivinicultural industry:

  • They adapt and evolve with wine markets.
  • They invest in innovation and research.
  • They help to shape European policies and regulations relating to wine.
  • They play a decisive role in establishing grape prices.
  • They are stable and highly professional companies.

Cooperativism is a life philosophy and has been crucial for the survival of many small-scale grape growers, boosting rural economies where vineyards might have otherwise become increasingly sparse, or even disappeared altogether. In a cooperative, the incentive of individual interest is replaced by collective effort and compensation. This is our ethos.


You are more than welcome to join us and live
the TASTED 100% Blind concept at CD 339, DE 339 Vinexpo stand in Bordeaux.
For any queries please reach us at marketing@blindtasted.com


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