Last month’s Vinexpo Asia-Pacific in Hong Kong saw a 6.3% increase in visitors, with a particular uplift in attendance from south-east Asia.
Grace Vineyards in Shanxi province is making its first experiments with sparkling wine although it has no plans to commercialise the results just yet.
2014’s Vinexpo Asia-Pacific has benefitted from a 6.4% increase in visitors with a boost in numbers coming from southeast Asia, according to the fair organiser.
New Vinexpo CEO Guillaume Deglise tells Patrick Schmitt why he’s making major changes to the show organiser’s exhibitions in Hong Kong and Bordeaux
Growing bigger every year, Vinexpo Asia-Pacific is upon us once again, with more space, exhibitors and products to explore and enjoy.
China is now the world’s second biggest consumer of high-priced wines, following the US, according to a report prepared ahead of international wine show, Vinexpo.
This year’s ProWine China will get 50% more exhibition space and a new networking event called “ProWine in the City”.
Wine consumption in India will rise by 73% by 2017, according to the latest figures from Vinexpo.
Vinexpo Asia-Pacific is to host an event in Hong Kong to increase networking opportunities for exhibitors.
This May’s Vinexpo Hong Kong will feature a dedicated spirits zone to capitalise on the fast growing drinks category in Asia.
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