Vinexpo Bordeaux 2019 delivers higher return on investment – increasing business performance
A revamped Vinexpo Bordeaux this year prioritises quality, return on investment and relevant content, boasting 15% new exhibitors.
Under the High Patronage of French President Emmanuel Macron, Vinexpo Bordeaux 2019 will consolidate its reputation as a high-quality event with a strong presence from key decision-makers and operators.
From 13-16 May, more than 1,600 companies in the wine and spirits market from 29 countries will fill the 70,000 m2 of gross exhibition space, making it the largest international wine and spirits trade show in France. Vinexpo Bordeaux will occupy the whole of Hall 1, as well as the new Hall 2 – Palais2 l’Atlantique, dedicated to tasting events.
Participating French brands with international presence include Champagne Bollinger, Henri Bourgeois, Minuty, GH Martel & Cie, Grands Chais de France, Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte, Albert Bichot, Joanne, Baron Philippe de Rothschild, Bernard Magrez and CVBG-Dourthe Kressmann.
International exhibitors from 29 countries are also a key feature of Vinexpo Bordeaux, including: Spain (Felix Solis Avantis and Marqués de Cáceres), Argentina (Clos de los Siete and Catena Zapata), Italy (Piccini and Emilia Romagna), South Africa (Robinson & Sinclair), as well as China, with its Cofco Greatwall.
Vinexpo is consolidating its offering as an international meeting place for market players, welcoming 15% new exhibitors and 3 new countries: Sweden, Turkey and Vietnam. Smaller-scale producers will also be catered for, for example in the AANA (Nouvelle-Aquitaine Food Agency) area, and in the pavilion created by Vinexpo to make the show more accessible to smaller entities.
Organic and biodynamic wines and spirits from around the world will be showcased at WOW! World of Organic Wines and will feature 150 producers from 10 countries. This event within the event benefits from the worldwide appeal of Vinexpo Bordeaux and will attract buyers seeking wines with the organic or biodynamic label.