Vinexposium is preparing its major comeback in Asia by hosting Vinexpo Asia from 23 to 25 May 2023 at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.
If you’re an Australian wine producer interested in exhibiting you can book your stand here.
About 1,000 wine and spirits producers from across the globe will travel to Singapore to do business with the 8,000 visitors due to attend.
The event is 100 percent focused on wines and spirits and will also offer a high-level program of masterclasses and conferences.
“Good spot for all of us working in Asia only a few hours away… superb airport… good transportation within the city state. Maybe the new Hong Kong?” says Thailand buyer Bence Petho of Valentine VM Wines Co. Ltd.
From an exhibitor perspective, many international producer countries with strategic interests in the region will be attending.
Vinexpo Asia will be welcoming, among other countries, Argentina with attendance by Grupo Peñaflor, Familla Zuccardi and Catena Zapata; Spain with Vicente Gandia, Gonzalez Byass, Bodega Baron de Ley and Manzanos Wines; Chile with Montes Wines; South Africa with DGB; Australia with Casella Family Brands; the United States with Jackson Family Wines; and New Zealand with Booster Wine Group.
“As Singapore’s oldest wine and spirits merchants since 1938, we are overjoyed to have the inaugural Vinexpo Asia in 2023,” says Clinton Ang, managing director of Cornerstone Wines.
“It’s the one wines and spirits expo our three generations have yet to miss. So much so that in 2023, we will have the honor to attend.”
Marcello Puorro, CEO of Singapore-based export company EMAFB Pte Ltd says, “Vinexpo is a very well-known brand in Asia among all professionals – attending Vinexpo Asia in Singapore is a must.”
France will be attending in number and will be showcasing all of its wine regions.
French exhibitors taking part include Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte, Cognac Tesseron, Les vins Georges Duboeuf, Maison Albert Bichot, Badet Clément, Le Plan des Moines, Paul Mas, Advini, Domaine de Cazaban, Vignobles Lorgeril, Duclot, Joanne, Ulysse Cazabonne, Castel, Borie Manoux, Ballande & Meneret, Barton & Guestier, Domaines Jean-Michel Cazes, Maison Descaves, Maison Ginestet, Maison Sichel and Nath Johnston.
“Vinexpo Asia in Singapore, a revival!” says Mathilde Chapoutier, commercial and business development director at M. Chapoutier.
“The future leader of the Asian wine market is hosting this event, a great opportunity to get together!”
As part of its Academy, Vinexpo Asia will also be providing a top quality program, with exciting events including masterclasses by Catena Zapata and Wines of Western Australia; the Battle of the Sommeliers and the Vinexpo Challenge held in conjunction with ASI (International Sommelier Association); and the major tasting by the Union des Grands Crus de Bordeaux.
Vinexposium is the world’s leading organiser of wine and spirits trade events.
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