Top wine fairs of 2014

VINEXPO ASIA-PACIFIC, 27-29 May, Hong Kong

vinexpo-aisaThings are getting supersized at the 6th Vinexpo Asia-Pacific, with 50% more space for stands at this year’s fair. Stand sales are already strong, with 87% of the venue’s 15,000 square metre space already sold and a high demand expressed from non-French exhibitors.

While Vinexpo Asia-Pacific 2012 hosted 1,050 exhibitors from 28 countries, the number is expected to rise to 1,300 this year. France will be strongly represented, though the fair will welcome a large number of participants from southern Europe and the New World, along with exhibitors from the spirits sector.

The fair has a shiny new layout this year and some 18,000 visitors are expected through the doors, who will be privy to the latest news on global wine trends along with a packed programme of tastings and conferences via the Vinexpo Asia-Pacific Academy. Launched in 1998 in the nerve centre of emerging markets, Vinexpo Asia-Pacific has gained in maturity and built a significant reputation over the years.

One Response to “Top wine fairs of 2014”

  1. Erik says:

    Good list of fairs. But I can assure you from personal experience that Vinitaly does NOT have 20% of visitors coming from North America, that’s just marketing talk. The vast majority are Italians, with some 30% from abroad.

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