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Nadalié USA Wins the Agribusiness Award at the 2016 French-American Business Awards


Nadalie USASAN FRANCISCO – May 25th, 2016 – The French-American Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco held the 3rd edition of the French-American Business Awards (FABA). The FABA is the
leading event dedicated to the French-American business community. 120 industry experts participated in the process to select the best French-American ventures in the Bay Area.

FABA awarded Nadali é USA the Gold Award in Agribusiness. Founded in Calistoga, CA in 1980, Nadali é USA was the first French barrel cooperage in America and has been supporting France
stateside for over 35 years. Located in the Napa Valley, Nadalié USA has been coopering barrels for the most prestigious American wineries for decades.

Director of Sales, Vincent Nadalié, was on-site to accept the award. “We are proud to be recognized by the French-American Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco. There is a large French-American population in the Bay Area and it was an honor to be recognized by our peers. It was a wonderful event and evening,” said Nadalié. “Our expert coopers, sales representatives, and staff, work tremendously hard and we take pride in this recognition.”

About Nadalié USA:

Founded in 1902, Tonnellerie Nadalié boasts a rich tradition and mastery in the art of barrelmaking. Jean-Jacques Nadalié opened the American branch of the company, Nadalié USA, in Calistoga, CA in 1980. Now spanning five generations, Tonnellerie Nadalié is among the most highly regarded family-owned cooperages in the world and has a worldwide presence in France,
Australia, the United States, and Chile

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