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56th vinitaly exhibition takes place in verona from 14-17 april 2024


Vinitaly is the leading wine & spirits trade fair targeting wine business operators on international markets.​​

Vinitaly came to life in Verona, Italy, but boasts a truly international vocation. It has embraced the entire global wine supply chain for 55 years. ​​Four days focused on promoting relationships between producers, buyers and stakeholders, as well as sharing experiences and skills. ​​Vinitaly and the City welcomes Wine lovers to the historic centre of Verona, one of the most important capitals of wine in the world. ​

More than just a trade fair, Vinitaly has developed into a brand that brings together international initiatives, guides and competitions, as well as the VinitalyPlus wine community online platform all year round. The event has always played a key role in promoting contacts between operators and producers in the wine sector and is increasingly focused on the development of B2B relationships, with more than 400 events including seated and walk-around tastings, conferences, gala events and analysis of reference markets.

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The main theme areas at Vinitaly 2024.

Intercept consumer trends and ensure evolutionary representation
of the sector in line with market needs: There are two of the objectives underlying Vinitaly's theme areas
which, once again this year, highlight many supply-demand matching approaches increasingly driven by an
international scope.

  • Organic Hall: exhibition dedicated to certified organic wine made in
    Italy and abroad which this year hosts one hundred companies, with international exhibitors attending from
    Hungary, Slovenia and Austria. The Enoteca Bio (Organic Wine Showcase) and tastings in the Show Hall in
    collaboration with FederBio and Vi.Te. are also confirmed for 2024
  • International Wine Hall welcomes international wine-producing countries that choose
    Vinitaly as their exhibition showcase, starting from companies taking part in the Open Balkan project (Serbia,
    Albania and North Macedonia), France with the Champagne maisons, Georgia, Hungary, Brazil, Armenia,
    South Africa, Slovenia, Lithuania, Dominican Republic, Moldova, Romania, Greece and Hong Kong.
  • Mixology: the exhibition section showcasing the art of cocktails and mixing with wines,
    liqueurs and spirits inspired by new international trends. The programme over the four days of the event also
    includes master classes guided by the most talented and trend-setting bartenders.
  • Micro Mega Wines – Micro Size, Mega Quality . The exhibition section
    under the banner of "small is beautiful" created for Vinitaly by wine writer Ian D'Agata . Limited edition niche
    wines are at the heart of this project.
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