German company Meininger and the World Bulk Wine Exhibition present the International Bulk Wine Competition – The first international event of its kind
The World Bulk Wine Exhibition and publishing company Meininger have launched the first competition to promote and award quality bulk wine from around the world, in keeping with the philosophy of the international conference of wine buyers and sellers. This third edition of the event will be held in Amsterdam on the 21st and 22nd of November.
The International Bulk Wine Competition is endorsed by MEININGERS WEINTEST’s prestigious seal of quality, the WINE QUALITY SEAL. The company will evaluate the wines submitted by bulk wine producers in their claim for recognition of quality.
A jury of highly qualified experts in the sector will grade all wines participating in the competition. The results will be announced on the 21st of November at the RAI Elicium in Amsterdam on the first day of the third edition of the World Bulk Wine Exhibition. Participating wineries, whose wines have been awarded, will therefore enjoy a competitive advantage when negotiating with buyers from all over the world present at the exhibition.
The competition entry fee is €145 per wine brand, of which 4 samples must be submitted. Wineries wishing to participate must register their wines for analysis for the WINE QUALITY SEAL at https://www.webpass-online.com/es/tasting/wein-g-tesiegel
WORLD BULK WINE EXHIBITION
The World Bulk Wine Exhibition is organised by Pomona Keepers, a Spanish company. Soon to celebrate its third edition, on the 21st and 22nd of November at the RAI Elicium in Amsterdam, the World Bulk Wine Exhibition has established itself as an exclusive space in which to discover and get acquainted with the best bulk wines from all over the world, soon after harvesting has finished.
MEININGER. FOCUS ON QUALITY
For over 100 years, the Meininger Verlag publishing house has striven to protect the quality of wines, to champion high-quality producers and to expose foul play in the sector. Today, it is still as necessary as ever to protect wine consumers from various types of fraud and deception, thereby guaranteeing them genuine quality wine.