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The 21e edition – the first at the new Toulouse Exhibition Center, in Aussonne (Haute Garonne) – this “two-in-one” salon promises “fireworks and flavors” and rarely has the notion of “comfort food” taken on so much meaning, after the sad months that we have just experienced.
To prepare for the end of year celebrations
This great regional and epicurean meeting must have slumbered for the past two years, that is to say the joy of the reunion! Families will meet at Christmas and New Year’s Eve around large and beautiful tables and more than 300 producers from the region and France offer everything you need to warm soul and hearts.
A 4e free day
Grands vintages of wine and cocoa but tiny distribution channels and a day off compared to previous editions: “We have decided to offer producers a fourth day by taking advantage of Monday 1uh November bank holiday, to help relaunch their activity after a difficult period and allow visitors more flexibility, ”explains Olivier Cahuzac, director of the Toulouse Events Salons.
More than 250 producers
The French wine appellations will all be represented and more than 250 producers will offer their bottles at “direct producer” prices with, always pinned to the body, this desire to make people discover their work and their know-how.
Amateur or initiated, modest or wealthy, everyone will find something to brighten up their table or enrich their cellar. We can verify the growing presence of organic wines, with around fifty labeled producers and numerous workshops, master classes and tastings will introduce you to learning and the pleasure of wine.
With a South of France space
A delightful novelty: a “South of France” space grouped together in the same sector around twenty producers from the Occitanie region to discover the local treasures at the same time, from truffles to pastries, including cold meats and cheeses.
With the Toulouse chocolate stars
The “Chocolat & Gourmandises” show will showcase cocoa (which is said to have as many nuances of aromatic scents as wine!) In all its forms. thanks to 40 exhibitors.
The Toulouse “stars”? Maison Pillon, From the Bean to the Palace, Bello & Angeli, Castan Chocolatier…? will obviously be there and will reveal to parents and children their intoxicating and delicious wonders. A workshop, Choco Kids, in partnership with the Toulouse vocational school Renée Bonnet, will welcome the youngest to learn about the taste and texture of chocolate.
Single entry Salon Vins & Terroirs + Chocolate & Delicacies: 6 euros. Web rate: 5 euros for any online purchase until Thursday, October 28 inclusive.
Free for children under 10 years old. Free parking with 3000 spaces. On site: catering, snack bar, bar.
Full program on the show website.
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