From the Languedoc Spring to the United Kingdom

The English and the south of France … it’s a long-lasting love affair. What would Nice be without its “Promenade des Anglais”? In order to give a boost to one of the biggest wine-producing regions in the world, the organizers of “Printemps du Languedoc” hope a promotion will attract independent British retailers. The winner will receive a trip for two to Provence, of course.

http://drinksretailingnews.co.uk/news/fullstory.php/aid/18521/Languedoc_promotion_launched_to_help_independent_retailers.html

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