390 Dagu Lu
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Vins Descombe is a family owned company which has existed since 1905. For four generations Vins Descombe’s family have been dedicated to the passion of wine. Our wine is an achievement of talent, experience and hard work over hundred years. French wine is recognized as the world’s best, and it has been becoming more popular in Chinese market. The forth generation company owner, Florent DESCOMBE is confident to extend our French wine business in Chinese market. The chinese franchise was established in Shanghai in 2007, and is 100% French owned. Now we have one shop located in No. 390 Dagu Road, Shanghai, which exclusively sells French wine and spirits, and hosts periodic wine tastings. As a professional French wine importer and distributor, we provide including import, wholesale, retail and expertise. All the imports come directly from France; there is no agent or commissionaire between the winemakers and the client. All products are rigorously selected in France, and then exclusively transported in constant temperature containers from our French wine-growers to our warehouses in Shanghai. Our commitment is to supply wines with the exact same quality that can be found in France. "Where the French lifestyle is real" is what Vins Descombe has focused on, as well as the manner of managing an enterprise’s reputation and international operation. We look forward to sharing our long history of French wine and French culture with our China consumers.
Besides enjoying wines from Bordeaux, the Bistrot introduces a simple but tasty French style menu that can’t be missed. Some of the favourites including the beef tartare, boiled egg & foie gras, club sandwich with mozzarella cheese & truffle,truffle lovers Foca’zza and Burdigala’s hand-picked cheese selection.
There's always something to share in this wine bar lounge and boutique, where a wide range of vintages and special food are served, and the atmosphere is ideal for a get-together and chat. A very exciting and affordable wine list from all over the world (from 168 RMB to 15000 RMB), a everchanging menu, overseen by a famous French Michelin star Chef, Mr Cebeillac, a knowledge manager and staff to recommend the finest bottles.
Burdigala Wine Bistrot is the first in a series of 100%-Bordeaux Wine Bistrot. Following the overall authentic style of the first one, the newly opened one is on Jiashan Rd where is full of French sentiments. All the wines are directly imported from wineries in Bordeaux, aiming at bringing an enjoyable place for those wine lovers in Shanghai. A sky bridge was elaborated in the middle of the steeple space, guests can walk up the stairs to enter into the upper level wine cellar and VIP space. A larger, separated cellar was also introduced to Jiashan Store, storing over 5,000 bottles of Bordeaux from every range: red, sweet white, dry white, rosé and Crémant de Bordeaux, where clients can come to pick a bottle or even share a drink into the wine cellar.
Xintiandi marks a sea change in Shanghai’s urban development policies. Rather than razing a block of dilapidated shikumen, or “stone gate,” homes, the Shanghai government, in cooperation with real estate development firm Shui On, commissioned American architect Ben Wood to redesign and renovate them. The end result is an upscale nightlife, dining and shopping hub. It’s a popular spot for Shanghai’s well-heeled residents as well as the tour coach set. And they’re here as much for the shopping as the history, because, in a priceless twist of irony, this center of outright consumerism is also home to the site of the First Congress of the Chinese Communist Party. It's something of a pilgrimage site for patriotic types.
With a neighborhood ambience, the restaurant offers Southern Italian food made with high quality ingredients. Enjoy the home made pastas and authentic Neapolitan pizza.
As a museum of ancient Chinese art, Shanghai Museum possesses a collection of over 1000,000 objects, about 120,000 of which are precious national-graded works of art. Its rich and high-quality collection of ancient Chinese bronze, ceramics, painting and calligraphy is specially celebrated in the world. Founded and first open to the public in the building previously of the horseracing club at 325 W. Nanjing Road in 1952 and then moved into the former Zhonghui Building at 16 S. Henan Road in 1959, the museum developed very quickly in aspects of acquisition, conservation, research, exhibition, education and cultural exchanges with other institutes. In 1992, the Shanghai municipal government allocated to the Museum a piece of land at the very center of the city, the People's Square, as its new site. The whole construction took three years, from August 1993 to its inauguration on October 12th, 1996. The 29.5 meters high new building has a construction space of 39,200 square meters. Its unique architectural form of a round top with a square base, symbolizing the ancient Chinese philosophy that the square earth is under the round sky, is a distinguished architectural combination of traditional feature and modern spirit. The present Shanghai Museum has eleven galleries and three special temporary exhibition halls. It extends warm welcome to the visitors from all over the world.