Vign'Art : a festival that celebrates Champagne’s vineyards
In the vineyards of Champagne, the Vign’Art Festival is a unique event that showcases modern art and seamlessly blends it into the surrounding landscape.
Sponsored by Patrick Poivre d'Arvor, Vign'Art was founded to create a land art festival in Champagne that could pair the region’s sparkling wine with modern art. The primary goal of the event is to promote the natural resources present within this Protected Destination of Origin by highlighting the men and women who make its success possible along Champagne’s tourist route.
The Champagne vineyard festival
Until 15 September 2019, 14 arty installations will be exhibited in 12 towns, ranging from Montagne de Reims to Côte des Blancs and from the Epernay region to the Grande Vallée de la Marne. In Epernay, Avize, Aÿ-Champagne, Bergères-les-Vertus, Champillon, Chouilly, Cramant, Le Mesnil-sur-Oger, Cuis, Mutigny, Oger, and Vertus, visitors can admire unusual landscapes that have been transformed by art.
A new wine tourism destination to visit
With the participation of artists and designers like Eric Junod, Shilpa Joglekar, the Collectif les 2DES, Gérard Battalla, Annick Picchio, Alice and David Bertizzolo, Nicolas Grun and Pierre Laurent, Akunzo Karola Pezarro and Aris de Bekker, Andréa d'Amario, Emmanuel Lagarrigue, Marc Averly, Elparo, Claire Sauvaget, and Inès Waris, wine tourism has a bright future in Champagne.