Becoming a member of Bordeaux Négoce involves making a collective commitment, but it also leads to having the advantage of a number of services:
- Regular, specific regulatory monitoring and assistance
Access to a database of more than 200 regulatory fact sheets listed per subject, explaining regulations for export, European and French, for “wines and spirits”, in more than 170 countries (www.Netvs.org).
Weekly or bi-monthly memorandums: a relay for promotion events in France and abroad, latest news for regulatory, technical and environmental subjects.
A tracking module for “export statistics per country and per product”.
Information on labour law and about the collective labour agreement for wines and spirits.
A team of legal experts, who reply by telephone and by email to answer questions concerning regulatory and social issues, specific to your products.
- The promotion of the Wine Trade and its wines
Promotion of the professions of the Wine Trade in cooperation with regional stakeholders.
A significant contribution by the Wine Trade for the CIVB’s “promotion and marketing” events.
Participation at the various Wine Festivals (“Bordeaux Fête le Vin”), held in Bordeaux, Hong Kong, Quebec, Brussels, Liverpool …
- Studies and publications:
The Central Balance Sheet Office, UMVIN (annual): this is financial analysis of the main balance sheet indicators of approximately 120 Wine Trade companies from the various wine regions.
The commercial activity survey of Bordeaux Négoce.
The Gironde Wine Trade Salary Survey (every two years): a real benchmark tool that enables you to assess your wage policy on fifty different posts.
The Bordeaux Négoce directory: which lists, for each Company, according to a declaration of key figures, the organisation chart, commercialisation indicators, main brands and châteaux in exclusivity.
- Access to reserved/exclusive events (tasting of bottled wines available, with the UGCB)
- Access to a an arbitration and mediation service, in the event of litigation with a winegrower or wine broker.