Wine

Bring about a cooperative market leader in the wine sector

With InVivo Wine, the group is hoping to form an influential cluster for the French wine sector, both in France and abroad. InVivo will build on the strength of its expertise in the winemaking industry, experience in exports with offices in 28 countries (particularly in Europe, Asia, and South America), as well as its knowledge of general public distribution.

Three major operations have been undertaken in june 2015 which are the blackbone of this new field of expertise 

  • BRAND WINES: 21% stake in Vinadeis, France’s largest wine production cooperative and third-largest operator in the national market. Vinadeis commercialises over 2.5 million hectolitres of wine, or 6% of France’s overall production.
  • GRANDS CRUS: The acquisition of 78% of shares in Bordeaux negotiation group Cordier Mestrezat Grands Crus, alongside Vinadeis (which will maintain its 22% share). 
  • BULK WINES: Purchase of high-volume wine sales negotiation company Vignobles du Soleil International (based in Saint–Gilles, Gard). 

Revenues

Revenues
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€268 M
Vinadeis
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€40 M
Cordier Mestrezat
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€35 M
Vignobles du Soleil International

An ambition in line with "2025 by InVivo"

An ambition in line with "2025 by InVivo"

Acting as economic tools for their member companies, cooperatives are ideally placed to produce and develop the kinds of wines being sought by large international markets (led by the US and UK), as well as ‘new’ wine consuming nations (especially in Asia). With InVivo Wine, InVivo group aims to :

  • Create product ranges adapted to different market segments 
  • Recover shares of the export market
  • Develop internationally-recognised brands 
  • Gather together French wine industry players

Présentation de Vinadeis

Présentation de Vinadeis

Subsidiaries and partnership