PRESENTATION OF THE EXHIBITION:
Number of visitors and exhibitors
SAVIM was created in November 1995 in the Park Chanot in Marseille, after 6 previous events in Istres (from 1989 till 1994), a city of 40000 people situated 50 km from Marseille .
As the first and unique exhibition of this theme in the Marseille region, SAVIM is unique and must be visited for its quality and authenticity.
Its success has been progressive and significant, growing from 2800 visitors in 1995 ,11000 in 1998 and 37000 in 2003!
The 10th exhibition from 19th till 22th November 2004, will give concrete expression to this phenomenon.
To become the best exhibition in France:
* By the quality of wines and the products of the farm.
* By the variety and the authenticity of products.
* By the coming together of the producers of all the regions of France and the public from Marseille.
3) WHY MARSEILLE ? :
MARSEILLE, second city of France and historic crossroads of the Mediterranean Sea in economic and cultural term, is a privileged place for the organisation of this event.
Furthermore, the Park CHANOT, situated in the heart of the city, the meeting place of the greatest wine and produce growers, is a best choice for the success of this event.
4) INTEREST BOTH FOR
THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND THE PROFESSIONALS:
In a friendly atmosphere, SAVIM is a meeting place both for discoveries and business.
An opportunity for wine growers and the producers to meet.
All the big names in viticulture are there (Pomerol, Margaux, Nuits Saint Georges, Meursault, Sancerre, Châteauneuf du Pape, Chiroubles, etc....)
Alongside those less well known producers by local growers (Irouléguy, Côteaux de Pierrevert, Picpoul de Pinet, Quincy, Côtes de Malpère, etc....)
Through SAVIM, the professionals of the region (wine connaisseurs, restaurant owners, cellarmen...) and the general public are able to reach new commercial possibilities.
SAVIM: the annual meeting of all the amateurs of healthy and high-quality products, in Marseille and the surrounding region.
Philippe COLONNA, organizer.