Vinitaly is the main reference event in the wine sector. Four days of major events (more than 400), meetings, tastings and targeted workshops to encourage contacts between exhibiting cellars and trade operators, together with an impressive convention programme discussing and analysing topics associated with supply and demand in Italy, Europe and the rest of the world.
Vinitaly 2019 drew over 125,000 trade visitors from 145 countries to Verona, where they found a wide range of offerings from more than 4,500 exhibitors hailing from 41 nations. The focus was clearly on business with wines from all pertinent regions, as well as spirits.
An unbeatable masterclass programme with opportunities to showcase your products;
Specialist zones for small importers, producers looking for importers, regional pavilions, education providers, wine tech companies and much more;
Taste and compare 18,000 wines from 32 countries;
Sponsorship opportunities across print and digital.
If you come from Alpe-Adria region (Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Kosovo or Albania) or Turkey and you want to exhibit at Vinitaly 2020 or get the invitation for professional visit please contact us and we will assist you. Please find attached the Exhibtors Rates for Vinitaly 2020.
Vinitaly Tasting in Ljubljana, Slovenia - June 2012
Vinitaly Tasting in Ljubljana - 5 June 2012
Vinitaly promotes Italian products both in Italy and abroad. "Maxi all'Italiana", the event promoting Italian products in Slovenia organised by the Italian Embassy a Ljubljana, saw Vinitaly organise a walk-around tasting highlighting a selection of fine wines from some of the most important and representative Italian companies.
Vinitaly presented the main buyers in the Balkans area with an overview of Italian production that emphasised the wealth of typical wines from every single region. The event was attended by well-known restaurateurs, including JB, Caval, Cubo, Sporti, Vinag and Mabat restaurants, import managers from groups such as Mercator, Evino, Fina Vina, Vina Cattunar, Vinska družba, Klet Goriška Brda and JB Vino, as well as many sommeliers and invited journalists from Revija Vino, newspaper Delo, Radio Slovenia 1, Notranjske Novice, Gostinec and City magazines as Croazia Svijet Hrane.