20 Upcoming EventsToggle Filters
The richest tasting counter dedicated to native vines Autochtona is the national forum dedicated to wines from indigenous varieties: this space was created to better tell the stories and identities of the companies that believe in the Italian wine heritage. The protagonists of Autochtona are the wine producers who defend and enhance their terroir and the native vines that represent its expression. To best illustrate the incredible value of this viticultural heritage, expert tasters from national and international wine critics meet every year to assign the Autochtona Awards: a quality recognition for the best Italian producers of indigenous varieties. In 2020, over 340 producers from all over Italy participated, with a total of 589 labels that were tasted by 13 tasters and decreed 11 final winners. Who will be the protagonists of the 2021 edition? Discover the finalists of the Autochtona Award 2021 in the sweet, orange, rosé, white, ancestral, sparkling, red, pink Lagrein, vintage Lagrein and Lagrein reserve categories! https://www.fierabolzano.it/
BWSS buyers are other wineries and distilleries looking to meet up their demand, Importers, Retailers, and Distributors looking for private label programs, negotiants who are looking to meet the growers and producers. Get your visitor pass today and meet the leading bulk and private label suppliers from all over the world.
Two days dedicated to revolutionary winemakers from all over Italy and abroad
Benvenuto Brunello will be brought forward in the middle of autumn, between 19th and 28th November in the monumental complex of Sant’Agostino (Montalcino). The 30th edition will see the Brunello di Montalcino vintage 2017 and the Riserva 2016 versions debut in front of the Italian and international press. The Tuscany Previews project, already expressed to the Region and to the other Consortia of the territory. The November edition will have more appeal for international markets “For some time we had expressed the need to make the debut event of the vintages more incisive for the market, especially the international one, which for our region is worth a total of about one billion euros in exports”, explains the president of the Brunello Wine Consortium. of Montalcino, Fabrizio Bindocci. «In these 11 years, the Previews of Tuscany have had the merit of turning the spotlight on our immense wine heritage. But in a phase of great change such as the current one, it is necessary to have the courage to innovate in order to achieve those promotion objectives that the companies themselves require of us. We reaffirm our willingness to dialogue and collaborate to identify other common paths for the enhancement of […]
The event by Andrea Marchetti has reached its fifth edition and has quickly become a reference event dedicated to the artisanal and natural productions of excellence of WINE and FOOD! Back to the Wine since 2016 has reported an important event dedicated to wine at the Faenza Fair. The protagonists are more than 120 artisan wine producers, from all over Italy and abroad, united by a deep love for the land and the natural enhancement of its fruits. BACK TO THE WINE is a WINE EXPERIENCE, where you can taste and buy wines and food products from native vines, small productions of quality, rarities, even bio and vegan. www.backtothewine.it
International Biennial of Wine and International Biennial of Organic Wine are two events born from the collaboration between various subjects: experts in the sector, experts in trade fair organization and expert connoisseurs of international buyers. It is therefore an exhibition that can count on the experience and know-how necessary to guarantee the full realization of all the potential that exhibitors expect from an event of this magnitude. International Biennial of Wine and International Biennial of Organic Wine are not born in competition with other existing events but to put wine producers in contact with buyers in two intense days dedicated solely and exclusively to professionals in the sector. The public is not admitted to the salons, even if they are passionate and competent, but only the insiders of the wine sector. Over 60 foreign buyers from the most important world markets and also Italian buyers http://www.biennaledelvino.com/
The edition of Wine Paris & Vinexpo Paris 2021 has been postponed from Monday 14th to Wednesday 16th February 2022 at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, to form the first major meeting of the global wine and spirits sector in 2022 and to support the business recovery at the earliest. Stemming from the merger of Vinovision and Vinisud, Wine Paris gained further traction in 2020 through its alliance with Vinexpo, the driving force behind international wine and spirits events. We have gone from being three entities with complementary expertise and a shared passion for wine to a single unit driven by a collaborative spirit. Now, individual skill sets are transcended to serve the industry’s interests. Grounded in the present, we have our sights set on the future and the following ambitions: To be the highlight of the year by bringing together the major industry players. To provide a comprehensive, relevant and inclusive choice of products showcasing the unique attributes of regions in France and around the world, whose numbers are increasing. To invite visitors to Paris, the new global centre of wine, a source of inspiration and the symbol of a way of life. To promote effective trade by keeping our finger on the pulse of market demand. To assert our trailblazing role for […]
VALPOLICELLA: AMARONE PREVIEW No to Preview Amarone in 2021, yes to the Valpolicella of wine in digital format. It is the choice, dictated by the pandemic, of the Consortium for the protection of Valpolicella wines which has decided to postpone its Preview dedicated to the 2017 vintage to 2022 but at the same time to raise the attention on the territory with a multi-channel online event, scheduled for 26 and 27 February next year, involving producers, institutions, buyers and specialized press at an international level. It starts on Friday 26 February with a focus dedicated to producers on the new wine distribution scenarios in the world and on new choices in terms of marketing and commercial strategies. Afterwards, off to the smart tastings of Amarone, Ripasso and Valpolicella with the press and international buyers. Saturday 27 February, space for the institutional event with the main government representatives of the EU and Italian sectors. In the foreground, national and European policies in support of the markets. It continues with in-depth information on the denomination, a survey on the Valpolicella market, and a focus on climate change. To anticipate the two-day event, Thursday 25 February will also be organized a moment of […]
ProWein is the world’s leading trade fair for wines and spirits, the largest industry meeting for professionals from viticulture, production, trade and gastronomy. Every year ProWein provides three days of concentrated business and a highly promising ancillary programme.
A unique event , the annual VinNatur Tasting 2022 event offers an articulated tasting itinerary to deepen or begin to know natural wines: Among the most important manifestations of natural wines in the world. It brings together European winemakers who have the common goal of sharing the techniques and experiences used to produce wine in a natural way, both in the vineyard and in the cellar, and to spread the culture of the “terroir”. Each visitor will be able to meet and get to know the producers themselves, as well as purchase the wine for tasting directly from them. The event was born, therefore, as a natural result of the growing commitment to spreading a new wine culture. Daily entry ticket 25 € per person Purchasable on site, at the entrance to the event Including tasting glass, map of producers and event catalog No concessions are provided for sector operators, sommeliers and restaurants as the entire proceeds from the event are used for VinNatur research and for charity.
Best Wine Stars, now in its third edition, is an annual project through which wine culture is promoted and the history and uniqueness of each individual winery is disseminated.