The Printemps DézIPpé wine show goes virtual from May 13 to 16!

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Not to be outdone by COVID-19, this spring’s Printemps DézIPpé wine show will migrate online from May 13 to 16 to keep aficionados safe and in the know ! Dedicated to private wine imports and organized by the Regroupement des agences spécialisées dans la promotion des importations privées des alcools et des vins (Raspipav) in collaboration with the SAQ, the event marks the beginning of spring and features all the latest releases.

Despite the pandemic keeping us all apart, Raspipav and the SAQ are joining forces to give connoisseurs the opportunity to browse an impressive catalogue of 250 wines, beers, and spirits at

Online orders will be delivered by June 21 to any SAQ branch, just in time for summer !

“Raspipav would like to thank the SAQ for its involvement and openness in supporting our first virtual spring show,” affirmed Benoît Lecavalier, president of Raspipav.

The Printemps DézIPpé is a unique opportunity to stock your wine cellar, make great discoveries and support craft producers.

Throughout the year, over 16 000 private imports provide a range of products that complement those available at the SAQ. Among its key missions, Raspipav aims to provide consumers with information and guidance about private import products and make them accessible to individuals and restaurateurs.

To learn more, head over to beginning at midnight on May 13 and until May 16, 2021, at 11:59 p.m.

Use #PrintempsDézIPpé to share your finds!

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