The first temporary exhibition
Inaugurated on June 1, 2016 in Bordeaux, the Cité du vin, opened its first temporary exhibition this weekend, paying tribute to cafés, bars and bistros of all kinds from the 18th century to the present day. The exhibition features some one hundred works of art from a wide variety of disciplines. There’s something for everyone, from paintings by Picasso to texts by Beaudelaire or Aragon, from canvases by Otto Dix to photos by Doisneau.
An unmissable event for art lovers and wine enthusiasts alike. The exhibition will run for 3 months in the heart of the Cité du Vin, which visitors see primarily as a museum and which Alain Juppé has dubbed “my Guggenheim”. It’s a first test for this ultra-modern structure, which will be able to judge its attractiveness and should attract 400,000 visitors by the end of the exhibition, according to Philippe Massol, its general manager.
Wikeeps is available at the Cité du Vin
The Wikeeps system for storing and serving wine by the glass is available at the Cité du Vin boutique, where you can discover our products that will help you make the most of your best bottles and enhance your tastings. Wikeeps products are aimed at wine enthusiasts and professionals in the restaurant, hotel and wine trade, as well as winemakers.
A 2-in-1 system that preserves your bottle for up to 20 days after opening, whatever its size and type of cork, and allows you to serve your wine in a vertical, elegant way.
Winner of the Trophée Oenovation 2012, which rewards innovation in the wine industry, WIKEEPS® has rapidly established itself in its home region of Bordeaux, with wineries, restaurants and wine lovers alike. So it was only natural for the Cité du Vin to offer its visitors this product of local innovation, which was born in Bordeaux in 2010, and is now distributed in some 15 countries worldwide.
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