Wines from Sicily, Moldavia and the regions of La Mancha (Spain) and Gers (France) will be the key players of the tasting sessions in Discovering Wine
The 7th World Bulk Wine Exhibition will be starting in a week’s time. The WBWE will gather 200 wineries from 20 different countries, with an increase of 15% in participation compared to last year.
The World Bulk Wine Exhibition is the wine trade fair par excellence and as such, it pays special attention to areas which are crucial for the sector; especially those related to talks and debates, where the professionals attending the fair can taste new wines and enjoy their quality and peculiarities.
To this end we present: DISCOVERING WINE, an area devoted to wine tasting which will offer the opportunity to gain a deep insight into some of the regions and wines taking part in the World Bulk Wine Exhibition.
Sicily, Moldavia and the regions of La Mancha and Gers will be the focus of this edition, where they will be presenting their finest wines to the 6.000 professionals who are expected to attend the fair.
* The tasting sessions will take place at the Amtrium Conference Hall.
MONDAY 23RD OF NOVEMBER
11:00 am – "La Mancha PDO (Spain): Bag-in-box and bulk wines from the biggest designation of origin worldwide”.
12:00 pm – “The white wines from the Gers region (France): quality, diversity and genuineness”, presented by Éric Lanxade.
3:00 pm – “The remarkable wines of Manchuela PDO (Spain): the land of the Bobal variety”.
TUESDAY 24TH OF NOVEMBER
11.00 am – “Wines from Sicilia: Mediterranean heart”.
12:00 pm – “Wines from Moldavia – A living legend: discoveries in an unknown Europe” .
WORLD BULK WINE EXHIBITION
The most important year in the history of the WBWE is about to begin, with an increase of 15% in participation and 20% more exhibition space. Diversity is one of our mottos and we are proud to welcome, year after year, new wine producing countries who want to demonstrate the quality of their wines and who make this a rich gathering, full of variety and business opportunities.
Protecting quality is also one of our mottos, and a commitment that is shared by the almost 300 companies from 20 countries which are taking part this year: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Chile, France, Greece, Georgia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Kosovo, Malaysia, Moldavia, Morocco, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, South Africa and the United States.
These countries focus more than 85% of the global supply for bulk export. A percentage that will undoubtedly be appreciated by the 6.000 visitors who we are looking forward to be welcomed for two days of intense activity.