Alessi, fondata nel 1921 da Giovanni Alessi, ha sviluppato quella politica di design excellence che l’ha resa elemento di punta del fenomeno delle Fabbriche del Design Italiano a livello internazionale.
Una delle caratteristiche peculiari della Alessi oggi è la capacità di conciliare le esigenze (operative e oggettive) tipiche di una industria con la tendenza (intellettuale e spirituale) a considerarsi più un "laboratorio di ricerca nel campo delle arti applicate" che non una industria in senso canonico. Da qui deriva la sua instancabile attività di ricerca e sperimentazione che l’ha portata, a partire dagli anni ’80, ad aprirsi anche a nuovi materiali e a nuove tecnologie : legno, porcellana e ceramica, plastica, vetro e cristallo, elettricità e elettronica.
La Alessi occupa circa 500 persone. La produzione del core business (cioè degli oggetti prodotti mediante stampaggio a freddo dei metalli) è tuttora realizzata nello stabilimento di Crusinallo e raggiunge circa 7.500 pezzi al giorno. L’esportazione, che rappresenta i due terzi del fatturato, avviene in circa sessanta Paesi.


Verallia, a 100% owned subsidiary of the Saint-Gobain Group, is a global player and European leader in glass packaging for food and beverages. In 2012, Verallia produced around 25 billion bottles and jars, targeted mainly to the wine and spirits markets, a segment in which it is number 1 worldwide.
Strengthened by its values – the Principles of Conduct and Action inherited from Saint-Gobain- and secular glassmaking expertise, Verallia implements a material of unparalleled virtues : manufactured from natural raw material, glass is pure, neutral and 100% endlessly recyclable ; it is therefore environment friendly and especially adapted to the well-being of consumers.
Verallia’s business model relies on the strength of its global network of glassmaking plants and the commercial proximity maintained by its employees. Flexible and reactive, Verallia’s teams continuously implement the best industrial practices in order to provide customers with innovative and differentiated services that maximize the value of their product range.
Attentive to its customers, strengthened by its industrial expertise and proud of its shared values, Verallia strives to become the benchmark for innovative glass packaging solutions, a company that maximizes the sustainable development of its communities, the enhancement of its customers’ content and the well-being of end consumers.


Benefiting form more than one hundred years of experience working with cork, french-financed company HPK is one of today’s major players in composites for use in industry.
With ots internal ressources and external skills bases (laboratories, technical centres, etc.) HPK designs, develops and manufactures innovative solutions in response to a wide variety of industrial challenges.
HPK intends to promote « High performance cork » with strict compliance to quality regulations (EN 9100 certified) and using sustainable development approach.


Agglolux is based in Soustons and was founded in 1929 by Pierre Gilardenghi, “Agglolux”very quickly moved towards the manufacture of white agglomerated cork, a noble and natural material.
In 1946, Georges Cave, his nephew, took over the technical management of the firm and, at the beginning of the 60s, he perfected the first elastomer-based agglomerated cork, thus opening up new markets within the car and arms industries.
Today, the continuity and know-how of the firm in ensured by his two sons who are carrying on the task of building and modernising “Agglolux-Cbl”.


Jean Charles Rinn, partner in the company since 1996, took over the company on his own since 2009, choosing to concentrate on the local and historical “ savoir faire” and competences.
The company runs two production sites : Saint Médard en Jalles (near Bordeaux) and Reims( Champagne area), and employs 45 people. Today, ADAM has the most important capacity in western Europe to produce wooden cases and gift boxes for the Wine and Spirit Industry ( annual production of about 1,5 Millions units).
Thanks to its design office created in 1998, ADAM fully integrates the manufacturing of its goods , from design to production : sawmill, woodworking , printing, assembling, finishing ( sanding + varnishing) etc.. This allows to answer to any specific demand from its customers.
Since the beginning of 2013, Adam has been rewarded with the E.P.V label (Living Heritage Company). This mark of recognition of the French State rewards French firms for the excellence of their traditional and industrial skills.
If 95 % of the production is dedicated to the French market, most of the products are re-exported throughout the world (48%) with the precious liquids inside !
100 % of the products are designed and produced in France.


The Barat Group specializes in printing labels for the wine market.
Major player in the French market with a turnover of € 29 million in 2012, it has 5 sites in France and employs 220 people. The Barat Group has more than 2,000 active customers, from 99% of the world’s wine.
The BARAT Group is a grouping of five printing companies : Barat Etiquettes, Le Clos Carrillon, Le Clos St Emilion, Les Presses d’Aquitaine and Wetterwald. Each has local historical anchors covering all wine areas of France by setting up their site at the heart of the vineyards of Languedoc, Provence, Corsica, Bordeaux, Burgundy, Beaujolais and Cotes du Rhone.

Larose Trintaudon

The property covers a total of 260 hectares, of which 225 hectares are AOC Haut–Médoc vineyards, with the rest made up of forests, marshes and meadowland.
Around 1 200 000 bottles of Haut–Médoc are produced annually at the two production sites of Saint Laurent Médoc and Arcins, broken down as follows :

  • Château Larose Trintaudon : 900 000 bottles
  • Château Larose Perganson : 50 000 bottles
  • Château Arnauld : 20 000 bottles
  • Seconds vins : 130 000 bottles

The company has an annual turnover of around 7,5 million euros and totals 65 employees.
In 2011 VDL, a subsidiary wine trading company, was formed to commercialize a complete range of wines to the public.
As early as 1999, Château Larose Trintaudon made the strategic choice to embrace sustainable development via an ambitious project based on the respect of nature. This philosophy is an engagement in the long term, durably linking the business to its environment and its territory. More than just a simple commitment to ecology, the company’s engagement extends into every area from cultural practices to business management, with a policy of responsible action at all levels.
This engagement has become an integral part of Chateau Larose Trintaudon’s corporate culture, determining its actions on a daily
basis across all its 5 professions ; the essence of its definition of a Responsible Vineyard.

Château du Tertre

Situé sur une des plus belles et des plus hautes croupes de graves de l’appellation Margaux, le Château du Tertre possède une histoire des plus intéressantes. Ce domaine est né au XVIIIe siècle de la volonté d’un important négociant d’origine irlandaise, Pierre Mitchell, amoureux de la région et de ses vins.

Fondateur de la première verrerie de Bordeaux, cet homme raffiné et novateur y réalisera son rêve, donnant aux lieux un charme et une élégance indéniables.

D’illustres familles s’y succèderont : les de Brezets, les Henri de Vallandé ou encore les Koenigswarter, riches banquiers proches de l’empereur Napoléon III... La qualité de ses vins sera unanimement reconnue lors du classement de 1855 et lui vaudra son titre de Grand Cru Classé de Margaux.

En 1997, Éric Albada Jelgersma en fait l’acquisition et s’emploie depuis, grâce à d’importants investissements et à un savant dosage de tradition et d’innovation, à redonner à Château du Tertre tout son caractère et sa noblesse.


Château Giscours

Giscours est riche de son histoire : une histoire fort ancienne remontant au XIVe siècle. Un donjon défensif surplombait alors une campagne inhospitalière. Mais tout commença véritablement en 1552, date à laquelle Pierre de Lhomme, riche drapier bordelais acheta la maison noble de « Guyscoutz », constitua autour un vaste domaine et planta les toutes premières vignes. L’aventure viticole était en marche.

C’est au XIXe siècle, sous l’impulsion des Promis, des Pescatore et des Cruse notamment, que Giscours se pare de ses plus beaux atours : transformation du château en palais néoclassique, aménagement d’un parc aux essences rares par le paysagiste Eugène Bülher, modernisation des outils de production avec la construction d’immenses bâtiments d’exploitation, dont la célèbre « Ferme Suzanne » ...

En 1995, Éric Albada Jelgersma, homme d’affaires hollandais en reprend l’exploitation et entreprend un méticuleux travail de remise en état du vignoble ainsi que la rénovation des bâtiments pour redonner toute la noblesse qui sied à ce Troisième Grand Cru Classé de 1855.