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Rhone Weine stellen sich auf der Expo in Shanghai vor

13. Juli 2010, von Sebastian Nickel

Vom 20. bis 25. Juli präsentieren sich die Weine der Côtes du Rhône und aus dem übrigen Rhônetal auf der Expo in Shanghai.

Im Pavilion der Region Rhone Alpes organisert der Winzerdachverband Inter Rhone in Zusammenarbeit mit der Université du Vin Suze-la-Rousse unter anderem Weinkurse, um die Weine aus dem Rhonetal des chinesischen Weinliebhabern und den Experten aus der Gastronomie vor zu stellen.

Des weiteren wird im vierstöckigen Pavillon, in dem übrigens auch die Hotelfachschule Paul Bocuse untergekommen ist, eine Weinbar eingerichtet, in die Rhone Weine auch ausserhalb der Weinkurse probiert werden können.

Neben zwei Experten von der Université du Vin, reist eine Gruppe von Winzern und Weinhändlern für eine Woche nach Shanghai, um die mitgeführten Weine dem Publikum zu präsentieren.

Lesen Sie hier mehr über den Rhône-Alpes Pavillon...

Rhône-Alpes Pavilion : seeking happiness

An efficient energy and sustainable homeland in the urban environment

The case is based on INEED, a building selected in Valence in the Rhône-Alpes region of France, which showcases economic innovations and a sustainable environment, and is widely reputed for its high quality of work/life balance.

The building’s designers incorporated state of the art energy-efficient utilities and environment-friendly materials to reduce energy consumption and improve indoor air quality, making it a standard of eco-building in the Rhône-Alpes region.

Urban Case Highlights

The 4-story Rhône-Alpes Pavilion introduces a series of split-level designs that carry the visual perspective in a vertical direction. Visitors can walk freely and access all floors in the pavilion. In addition to the exhibition area, there will be a business center, a gastronomic restaurant and a famous French culinary school (Paul Bocuse) in the building. The pavilion will be decorated differently throughout the day in order to vary its image and in the evening special illumination systems will be used to create numerous lighting effects.

The pavilion will be built with innovative natural building materials made from recyclable calcined clay to keep energy consumption to a minimum while providing a comfortable environment in terms of temperature, humidity, light and sound effects. Updated information on energy use of the building will also be publicized during the exposition.

A planted rooftop functions to purify the air, regulate temperature, add coolness in summer, and ensure quick drainage during rainstorms. The tap water in the pavilion is drinkable. Here, visitors can enjoy clean and pure water and air and get away from urban noise.

At the front entrance there will be a mud wall made from blended soils from both France and China. A group of rose experts in the Rhône-Alpes region have also designed a rose garden to be planted in front of the pavilion. Visitors will experience the romantic feeling of France through the delicate fragrance.



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