Henkell adds a sparkle to winter Olympics

12 February, 2010

Guests and athletes at the German Hospitality House at the Vancouver Olympic Games this month will be toasting any German medal winners with Henkell Trocken.

The sparkling Sekt’s producer, market leader Henkell & Söhnlein, has been awarded exclusive pouring rights for fizz at the country’s base on the Simon Fraser University Harbour Centre Campus from 11-27 Feb.

Henkell Trocken will also be served at all the German team’s international receptions and celebrations in Vancouver and the German Hospitality House’s satellite location in Whistler.

“The association with Henkell dates back to 1992 and athletic successes were also celebrated with Germany’s most exported sparkling wine in the German Hospitality House in Beijing,” said a company statement.

Henkell Trocken is already well established in Canada, in 2009 maintaining its status as the country’s highest selling imported sparkling wine, according to the company.





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