Defining future trends for the bulk wine industry: The debate in Amsterdam


Defining future trends for the bulk wine industry: The debate in Amsterdam

Fifteen international experts will analyze the trends of this growing sector throughout the cycle “Bulk wine: New challenges, great opportunities”, which will be held on the coming 26th and 27th of November as part of the WBWE.

“The new bag-in-box market: an expanding market”, “Trends in the wine market of the Scandinavian countries”, “Vineyard and climate change”, “New trends in wine consumption in the US marketplace”, “New business opportunities for bulk wine” or “Trends in the Japanese wine market” are only a few of the topics that will be addressed during the cycle of conferences, alongside the celebration of the 10th World Bulk Wine Exhibition in Amsterdam.

Renowned international experts such as Robert Joseph, editor at Wine Business International (United Kingdom), Jean Marie Aurand, OIV (International Organisation of Vine and Wine) Director General (France), Khean Hooi Goh, wine consultant and WSET certified (Singapore), Megumi Nishida, wine writer (Japan) or Deborah Parker Wong, professor, consultant and journalist (USA), will take part as keynote speakers in the discussion sessions, where crucial issues for the sector’s future will be covered: an information that is essential for those who want to operate profitably within the bulk wine market.

There are still some prominent names to be revealed, but for now this is the program of conferences for the 10th WBWE.

World Bulk Wine Exhibition