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Published:  23 July, 2008

The organisers claim that the exhibition site has been totally reorganised, thanks to the recently built Hall 3, a permanent 12,000m2 structure that replaces the former temporary building. Standing to the west of Hall 1, it will house some 200 exhibitors, with air-conditioning, no interior pillars, picture windows and 10-metre-high ceilings. Hall 3 will also contain a 400m2 conference room that will accommodate a number of tastings and provide 2,000 extra parking spaces.

For the first time, Vin de Pays Ctes de Gascogne, Floc de Gascogne (a blend of grape juice and eau de vie) and Armagnac from Gascony will be presented together as part of a new marketing initiative focusing on the 'party' theme (Hall 2 N15).

Also exhibiting will be Chteau Laubade Armagnac (Hall 1 E277), Baron de Sigognac (Hall 1 B287) and Chateau du Tariquet (Hall 2 M17).