St Raphaël le Quina Rouge, best innovation aperitifs 2018

St Raphaël le Quina Rouge, best innovation aperitifs 2018

St Raphaël le Quina Rouge, best innovation aperitifs 2018 2000 1300 St Raphaël


The European Cocktails Spirits tradeshow was held in Paris on 3 and 4 June 2018, shining a light on the latest cocktail trends, mixology and bar culture. This unmissable event for all mixologists brought together leading industry professionals and top wine and spirit brands.

At the tradeshow, renowned French quinquina brand St Raphaël presented its new premium product, Le Quina Rouge. Inspired by St Raphaël’s golden age, the product aims to recapture the essence of the famous quinquina-based tonic wine, created in 1830, with its neo-vintage presentation and revamped recipe. The new range showcases the character of traditional quinquinas.

At the tradeshow, an exceptional jury was asked to highlight the year’s greatest innovations. St Raphaël Le Quina Rouge was unanimously approved by the panel, which chose it over twenty rival products to receive the 2018 Award for Best International Innovation in the “Aperitifs” category.

The St Raphaël brand is proud of its success in revitalizing quinquinas with this new Les Quinas premium range whilst also celebrating France’s unrivalled heritage and expertise.

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