Objectif Languedoc-Roussillon a organisé, jeudi 10 octobre 2013 au Pasino de La Grande Motte (34), la 8e édition de ses Grands Prix. Les récompenses ont mis sous les projecteurs dix entreprises régionales en croissance.
Jeudi 10 octobre 2013, Objectif Languedoc-Roussillon a, pour sa 8e édition, décerné ses Grands Prix aux entreprises les plus performantes en région. La soirée, qui a réuni près de 500 décideurs économiques et institutionnels, s’est déroulée au Pasino de La Grande Motte (34). Elle était placée sous le parrainage de Pierre Mestre.
Prix du jury : Domaine Paul Mas. Les domaines de production viticoles installés à Montagnac (34), sont dirigés par Jean-Claude Mas : l’entreprise réalise la quasi-totalité de son chiffre d’affaires à l’export.
Live from south of France, the first lovely winners coming from Brisbane, Australia, who won a luxury trips to France to outsnob the Frog !
They just bought a bottle of Arrogant Frog Cabernet Sauvignon–Merlot into any Dan Murphy’s or BWS during July this year and sent an sms to participate.
Prizes are as follows for this fabulous Rural French Luxury Experience :
a. Airline tickets for 2 adults flying business class from any Australian capital city to Montpellier, France + transfer from airport to winery (valued at up to $18,000).
b. 3 nights at the Paul Mas guesthouse, Montpellier for 2 adults (valued at up to $650).
c. A 3 course dinner and wine tasting for 2 at the Paul Mas ‘Côté Mas’ restaurant (valued at up to $600).
d. A Helicopter ride for 2 over Paul Mas vineyards (valued at up to $500).
e. A Cruise on the Mediterranean and the Etang de Thau for an oyster tasting for 2 (valued at up to $600).
On the photos, Anna and Dean, are discovering an oysters farmer : Tarbouriech.
In our restaurant Côté Mas during a fabulous dinner pairing 10 wines with 10 dishes.
The fifth annual Sommelier Challenge wine competition, staged the last weekend of September in San Diego, had a decidedly international flair. A glance at the top awards confirms as much.
The Sommelier Challenge brought together 16 certified sommeliers from around the nation to evaluate a record total of 898 wines at a “blind” tasting in which the identity of the producer and the name of the wine was concealed until after awards had been assigned. The somms were divided into panels and each panel tasted approximately 130 wines, sending its favorites on to the championship round where best of class and best of show awards were determined.
We’re thrilled to announce that many our wines submitted for the Sommelier Challenge International Wine Competition received platinum, gold and silver honors! The best is that we got the price : Winery of the Year and 2 prices for your favorite wine : Arrogant Frog Lily Pad Red 2012 and Savvy Sauvignon Blanc 2012.