The highly successful World Bulk Wine Exhibition compels the fair to be moved to a bigger pavilion than Amsterdam’s RAI Elicium

The highly successful World Bulk Wine Exhibition compels the fair to be moved to a bigger pavilion than Amsterdam’s RAI Elicium

After four years of consolidation and growth, and coinciding with the celebration of its 5th edition on the coming 25th and 26th of November, the Worldwide Bulk Wine Meeting will be held in a new pavilion.

This shift is mainly due to the lack of space needed to host all the wineries that wish to attend and will also enable the event to continue to be ranked the biggest international bulk wine event year after year.

The Director of the event, Otilia Romero de Condés, has explained that “we did not expect to grow that much in so little time, but the fact that we are the only exhibition specialized in great volumes of quality wine has encouraged wineries from all over the world to participate in a project every year that allows them to display their products during only two days to a great deal of international buyers”.

The World Bulk Wine Exhibition will move from the Rai Elicium to Hall 2 of Amsterdam’s RAI, a change destined to be able to receive the large number of candidate wineries from countries such as France, Italy, Argentina, Chile, Australia, the United States and many others.

 

WORLD BULK WINE EXHIBITION

The World Bulk Wine Exhibition offers an exclusive place to show and discover the best bulk wines worldwide, just after the end of the grape harvest. 

During the past edition, the World Bulk Wine Exhibition brought together 130 producer companies from 11 different countries and, during only two days, they had the possibility of presenting their products to more than a thousand buyers and 4000 visitors who came from more than 40 different countries. In short: an acquisition capacity of nearly 20 million hectoliters.

The 5th edition of the World Bulk Wine Exhibition will be held on the coming 25th and 26th of November at the Amsterdam RAI.

World Bulk Wine Exhibition