USATT 2018 Exhibitor Registration Now Open

After a blockbuster 2017 show that saw the attendance of over 130 exhibitors and 1,500 participants, the United States Trading Tasting Show is returning to New York City on May 15-16, 2018. With less than twelve months to go until this event, Beverage Trade Network, the organizers of the annual show, is opening up 2018 Super Early Bird Exhibitor Registration. By signing up now, potential exhibitors will receive a more than 30% discount on the overall price.

For participants in the wine and spirits industry looking to meet and connect with potential buyers, the annual USATT trade show has become the preeminent industry event in the United States. Not only do participants have the chance to connect with prominent buyers in the Grand Tasting Hall, they also have a chance to build word-of-mouth awareness of their specific brands throughout the action-packed two-day event.

The USATT 2018 show is already shaping up to be more dynamic and vibrant than the show in 2017, which featured the U.S. premiere of a major new Chinese wine brand, two days of informative workshops, well-attended wine masterclasses, TED-style conference discussions and an active flow of 1,500 attendees within the Grand Tasting Hall, where emerging wine and spirits brands were able to display new and innovative offerings.

The May 2018 show will include a World Whiskey Masterclass, an informative session on the rapidly expanding marijuana industry and hands-on sessions for mixologists, sommeliers and retail store professionals. And, as in preceding years, the event will include workshops led by top industry professionals, who are able to facilitate a real conversation among all tiers of the wine and spirits trade. One workshop (“Distribution Business 101”), for example, will focus on the insights, strategies, and tips needed to grow a U.S.-based distribution business.

For Super Early Bird exhibitors, signing up now means being able to guarantee a place at the premier networking event for wine and spirits professionals in the United States. “At the 2017 event, wine brands from emerging regions such as Portugal, South Africa, and Eastern Europe were able to meet face-to-face with buyers and distributors over a two-day period,” said Malvika Patel of Beverage Trade Network. “Next year, we have even more plans to make this a dynamic, one-of-a-kind show for exhibitors and visitors”

There is simply no better way to get exposure for a new brand looking to grow their distribution in the U.S. marketplace than by attending USATT 2018, and it is expected that Super Early Bird registration will fill quickly.

About the USA Trade Tasting Conference

Every year, the USATT show brings together small and medium-sized importers, distributors, retailers and media professionals of the U.S. wine, spirits and beer industry in New York City for two days of learning, buying, selling and networking. All the events are designed to help participants grow their bottom line. The event takes place at the Metropolitan Pavilion in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City.

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Highlights from Day 2 of USATT 2017

After an exciting first day at the USATT 2017 conference that featured nearly 1,500 attendees, 138 exhibitors and the first-ever public U.S. tasting of wines from Chateau Rongzi in China, the second day continued with two new Master Classes, two VIP expert panels and a number of different speaker presentations focusing on how emerging brands can enter the U.S. wine and spirits market.

The second day kicked off with an interactive audience Q&A that focused on the specific problems and needs of foreign wine and spirits brands attempting to enter the U.S. market. The panel, moderated by Steve Raye of Bevology, featured Martin Sinkoff of Frederick Wildman, Michael Votto of Votto Vines, Michael Yurch of Blue Sky Group and Rob Bradshaw of Cape Classics. This group of experienced wine industry veterans shared their perspectives of what importers and distributors are really looking for when selecting a new brand for their portfolio.

As the panelists explained at the outset, importers and distributors get lots of cold calls, so you need to be interesting and stand out. As Rob Bradshaw pointed out, unique stories can instantly connect you with importers and distributors, so you need to make some kind of emotional bond with a buyer. Always have your story ready when talking with importers and distributors. Michael Votto emphasized that you always need to know what your specific category looks like in the U.S market and what your competitors are doing. And Martin Sinkoff suggested that you need to understand where your product fits within an importer’s portfolio.

Along the way, the panel’s participants fielded questions on everything from how global warming and climate change are impacting the wine industry to a discussion of new, non-traditional routes to navigate a very complex U.S. market. Michael Yurch noted that the bigger the distributor’s portfolio, the harder you have to work to become an important part of that portfolio. You need to be your own advocate. The difficulty, says Martin Sinkoff, is that, “The wine business is not one thing. It’s a very complex organism. Each retailer is looking for something different.” So you have to be constantly innovating.

The morning session also featured a Master Class on Portuguese wines, focusing on the wines of the Tejo region. Participants learned about Portugal’s winegrowing tradition and how the wines of the Tejo region are distinct. They also had a unique chance to sample some of the best wines from the region.

As on Day 1, the United States Trade Tasting 2017 event also featured a busy day on the showroom floor. Over 130 exhibitors from 20 countries showcased their products. Alongside wines from traditional wine producing countries like France and Italy were new wines from Eastern Europe (including Slovenia and Moldova), South Africa and China.

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In the afternoon session of the conference, participants had a chance to hear from Thomas Barfoed, Managing Director of JF Hillebrand USA, who discussed the “7 Ways That Brands Can Optimize Their Domestic and International Logistics.” For example, he discussed how small and mid-size brands can optimize their shipments to the U.S., what logistical factors might impact margins and pricing, and how different modes of transportation can impact your go-to-market strategy.

Gerry Schweitzer, the legendary marketing genius behind Leblon Cachaca, made a special appearance in the afternoon. He illustrated the right way to go about pitching a distributor, focusing on how to tell a convincing brand story. Your brand story, he says, has to be compelling, personal and easy to remember. It has to explain why your brand is unique and how to build your brand.

In some cases, as in the example of Leblon, you can own not just a category, but also the entire drink (as in the example of cachaca and the Brazilian caipirinha). Schweitzer provided plenty of relevant marketing examples from Leblon, including many tactics that today’s marketers might refer to as “guerilla marketing” (e.g. re-painting a DHL delivery truck as a hip and trendy cachaca delivery truck).

Richard Halstead, Chief Operating Officer of Wine Intelligence, then gave a talk on, “How to Win Retailers and Influence Them With Effective Merchandising and Programming.” He was joined on stage by Stephen Fahy of Wine Library, who was also a special guest during Day 1 of the event. The two talked about the best strategies and tactics for getting specialist retail stores to carry your specific product.

When thinking about specialist wine retailers that might carry your product, they suggested, it’s important to think in terms of two very different types of consumers – the consumers who are very brand-driven and the ones who are very “involved” and care a lot about how a specific product fits into their lifestyle. In general, these more involved consumers are younger, and they are starting to account for a larger and larger percentage of retail wine consumers.

Then, a press panel on “The Do’s and Don’ts For Getting Press Coverage For Your Brand in the USA” featured moderator Steve Raye of Bevology; Gregg Glaser, Publisher/Editor of Modern Distillery Age; William Tish, Managing Editor of Beverage Media; and David Spencer, Publisher, and Editor of iSante. The panel covered both the big picture view of how to generate media buzz for your product, as well as some of the granular details of marketing, such as how to prepare a pitch e-mail for editors of both online and offline publications.

The afternoon session concluded with a Beaujolais Master Class, in which participants had a chance to re-discover the light red wines of the Beaujolais wine region in France. The Master Class covered the unique characteristics of each of the Beaujolais Crus.

And, of course, the day ended with more activity on the main showroom floor. Even in the last hours of the event, importers and distributors were mingling with the exhibitors, looking for the perfect new product for their portfolio.

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Highlights From USATT 2017

On May 16-17, the United States Trade Tasting (USATT) event brought together producers, importers, distributors and other industry professionals at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York. Producers learned more about how to enter the competitive U.S. marketplace, while importers and distributors got an early look at some of the innovative brands and products potentially coming to the U.S. market.

The event, which featured more than 2,000 participants and 138 exhibitors from more than 20 countries, focused on helping emerging brands stand out and differentiate themselves within their product category.

Learning to tell your brand story

As many of the speakers at USATT 2017 pointed out over the course of two days, being able to tell a unique and dynamic brand story is especially important when it comes to attracting new importers, distributors, and retailers. If you’re not telling a unique brand story, you’re making it harder for suppliers and wholesalers to sell your product.

Chris Mehringer, President of Park Street, emphasized that brand differentiation had to be at the core of any marketing strategy. One way to do that is by creating “badge value,” in which brand can serve as a badge for people to communicate who they are and what they want to be.

Jonathan Newman,  Chairman, and CEO of Newman Wine talked about the 10 biggest factors that can help brands get picked up by national chains and large retailers. For example, he mentioned the value of creating point-of-sale (POS) materials that help retailers sell wine, as well as the importance of making the label look right. At the end of the day, the attractive packaging really matters.

Stephen Fahy of the Wine Library emphasized that producers always have to be thinking like a marketer. Wine brands, he said, need to take an activist approach to getting noticed within the U.S. marketplace. That means infusing your brand with passion and enthusiasm. And it also means staying one step ahead of what customers want in the marketplace, “Look for new angles, new perspectives, and new opportunities. Always.”

New and innovative products on display

At this year’s USATT 2017, there were different tasting sessions to help participants explore wines from up-and-coming wine regions. For example, on Day 1 Chateau Rongzi held a public tasting of its highly acclaimed wines from the Loess Plateau of China. This marked the first-ever public tasting of its wines in the United States. And on Day 2, show participants had a chance to attend a master class on the wines of the Tejo region of Portugal.

In the Grand Tasting hall, attendees had a chance to see many of the themes and trends emphasized in the speaker presentations in action. Walking around the buzzing showroom floor, participants could see some of the innovative new products coming soon to the U.S. market – such as wines from Portugal and Eastern Europe (Slovenia, Romania, Croatia, Moldova). premium rum and mezcal drinks from Latin America, spirits with new flavor and taste profiles, and wines and spirits with innovative new packaging.  Some of the brand’s people were buzzing about at the event included Vodquila, Get Hot Tequila, Bira, and LIQS cocktail shots.

Getting educated about how to enter the U.S. market

What made this year’s event so distinctive was how carefully the conference content was tailored to the specific needs of the U.S. market. Day 2 of the event, for example, featured a dynamic Q&A hosted by Steven Raye, President of Bevology. Members of the audience had a chance to ask one-on-one questions about building a successful brand to members of an expert panel: Martin Sinkoff of Frederick Wildman, Rob Bradshaw of Cape Classics and Michael Yurch of Blue Sky Group.

Participants asked a wide-ranging number of questions, touching on everything from how global warming will impact the wine industry, to how the growing legalization of marijuana could impact the future trajectory of the alcoholic beverage industry.

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Later on Day 2 of the event, there was also an interactive panel with three prominent journalists from the wine and spirits industry: William Tish (Beverage Media), Gregg Glaser (Modern Distillery Age) and David Spencer (iSante). Audience members asked specific questions about how to get press attention, and what types of stories can attract media coverage.

And throughout the two-day event, there were speaker presentations on every aspect of bringing a new wine or spirits brand to market. Thomas Barfoed of JF Hillebrand, for example, discussed the logistics of bringing a product to the U.S. market from overseas. Being able to optimize your supply chain can have a dramatic impact on your brand’s bottom line.  And Donna Hartman, an attorney with OlenderFeldman, discussed the important legal points to keep in mind when drafting distribution agreements.

Final takeaways

If anything, the pace of innovation within the wine and spirits industry is accelerating, and that’s placing even more of an emphasis on staying ahead of key trends in the market. It’s no longer just enough to have a quality product. That’s now a necessary, but not sufficient, condition. You also have to have a compelling brand story and a true understanding of where your product might fit within an import portfolio and how it should be priced.

The general consensus of the show’s attendees, based on first-hand conversations with many of the exhibitors, is that this year’s USATT 2017 far exceeded expectations. USATT 2017 showcased a range of dynamic new brands and brought together these brands with importers and distributors to think creatively about how best to bring them to market. Watch this space for follow-ups on success stories from these brands ahead of USATT 2018!

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Explore India’s First Bottled Craft Beer – BIRA At USATT 2017

B9 Beverages (the company behind Bira 91) has started up with the mission to bring a craft beer revolution in India & the US. Based out of New Delhi, with expansion throughout the US, everyone at B9 cares deeply about one thing, and one thing only – creating and making beers that people can fall in love with.


And, they begin with careful selection of the world’s best ingredients: malts from France & Belgium, hops from the lost & unknown Himalayas and from traditional Bavarian farms, water from the world’s most protected sources – all combined with the passion and skill of their brewers to bring you the world’s finest beer!

BIRA White  Ale is a deliciously different wheat beer with low bitterness, a hint of spicy citrus with a soft finish – a refreshing all day craft beer, brewed with the finest natural ingredients mixed with barrels of passion.

BIRA Blonde Lager is a sparkling contrast to the insipid mass market beers. Rich in colour, made with the choicest two row barley, extra malty and high hopped with delicate aroma and bitter hops, this flavorful lager is equally at home on a master chef’s table and at a casual evening with your friends.


The big difference in Bira 91 White comes when the libation first touches the tongue. It is sweeter and markedly more acerbic, or citrusy, than the normal beer. The bigger surprise is in the lack of bitterness that usually marks beer…Bira 91 Blonde is more conventional in taste. It is high in hops, so the aroma and the bitterness too are proportionally more noticeable. However, unlike others of its sort, they feel that their beer has more body and is, therefore, more seductive.


Bira is the smart simian mascot, a idiosyncratic monkey which reflects everything that they stands for – being estoric, eccentric, unconventional and unorthodox. They are  the lynchpin of their services with a peerless insight into the tastes of  beer connoisseurs! Beers brewed by them are an eclectic mix of exotic ingredients that epitomize the flavors of the traditional Bavarian farms, the mystical Himalayas and the gourmet tastes of France and Belgium.Their style is aesthetic and thus they have a penchant for organic, handcrafted beers.

Explore premium beer offered by BIRA at USATT 2017. USA Trade Tasting (USATT) is an annual trade only event in New York city helping producers connect with wine, beer, spirits importers, distributors, retailers and press of USA. Meet Importers, State Distributors, Retailers and Press of USA in New York City.

Event Producer: Beverage Trade Network

USA Trade Tasting is brought to you by Beverage Trade Network, the leading online platform dedicated to connecting the global beverage industry. Beverage Trade Network (BTN) successfully connects wineries, breweries, distilleries and brand owners with international importers, distributors, brokers and beverage industry professionals on a daily basis. Strong partnerships with international and US organizations have helped BTN establish USA Trade Tasting as a premiere sales and marketing event committed to connecting the beverage industry.


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Absolute Must Attend: Office Hours With Martin Sinkoff, Rob Bradshaw, Michael P. Votto and Michael Yurch

In May, we will be putting you in-front of the buyer directly. USA Trade Tasting will be featuring “Office Hours”  a panel discussion on how brands can find, present to and work with prospective U.S. importers and distributors.

A one-on-one Question and Answer session will give attendees a a chance to address their specific issues via one-on-one with panelists. Importers and distributors will share what they are really looking for when selecting a new brand. What do they expect from a new brand? And, why some brands make it and some don’t.

Panel Includes:

Martin Sinkoff, VP Dir. of Mktg Frederick Wildman

Rob Bradshaw, CEO, Cape Classics

Michael P. Votto, President/CEO of Votto Vines

Michael Yurch, President, Bluest Sky Group, ex. owner of Sherry Lehmann

Who Should Attend:

International and Domestic Brand Owners who are Looking To Grow in the US Market. Importers and Distributors of USA looking to address their own business challenges.

Moderator: Steve Raye, President of Bevology Inc.

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Steve Raye is President of Bevology, a marketing consulting company specializing in spirits and wine. Steve has more than two decades of Drinks Industry experience, beginning with Diageo-predecessor Heublein. As a Managing Partner of Brand Action Team for ten years, he specialized in helping new-to-the-U.S. brands manage their entry into the American market.

On the wine side Steve also has significant experience working with country and regional wine trade promotion agencies including Austria, Australia, Chile, Spain, Santorini and Ribera del Duero and Rueda. He is also a consultant to Vinitaly and has managed U.S. trade PR for ProWein. On the spirits side he directed the entire brand development from concept through design, launch, and execution for Singani 63 from Bolivia and Pisco Portón from Peru. Steve is a recognized thought leader who writes and speaks on the issues driving the American Drinks market. He has spoken at Vinitaly, Wine2Wine, Vino2016, London Wine Fair, WSWA, U.S. Drinks Conference, Tales of the Cocktail.

Learn more about – Key Considerations on Route to market Strategies in the U.S. By Chris Mehringer (President of Park Street)

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Top 20 Wine Conferences in the World

When one is pondering the possibility of attending a wine conference, they think about if their time and money will be worth it. What will be the quality of the presentations? Will they gain anything of value from it?

In an industry like ours, wine conferences are one of the best opportunities to take your game to the next level. One can meet experts and influencers face to face, where they can get answers to their questions and guidance from industry veterans. They can also listen to how successful businessman did it; the tips, techniques and tricks they used to get ahead.

In our busy schedules, we often forget the importance of being in a live face-to-face setting with others from the wine business community. Wine conferences present you with the opportunity to share new ideas with fellow professionals. You also encounter new vendors, suppliers, importers, distributors and retailers.

Attending a wine conference can drive business relationships and heighten your knowledge of running your wine business successfully.

For your perusal, listed below are the top 20 wine conferences taking place around the world.


Eastern Winery Exposition

eastern winery expositionThe Eastern Winery Exposition is the largest production wine and grape trade show and conference east of the Pacific states. It is designed to provide Eastern U.S. and Canadian wineries and vineyards with an easily accessible, low-cost professional meeting with a variety of winery and vineyard suppliers, at the right time of year.

A strong conference program, exhibit hall featuring suppliers relevant to the region’s business of wine making, networking events, industry association participation, and flexible registration packages are all integral components of EWE.

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USA Trade Tasting and Business Conference (USATT)
USA Trade TastingUSA Trade Tasting (USATT) is an annual adult beverage trade/specialist trade tasting and business conference launched in order to promote sustainable growth in the independent beverage industry by helping boutique wineries, craft breweries, craft distilleries, importers, distributors, retailers and beverage companies learn, source and grow. The show is produced by which is one of the world’s leading platform connecting wineries, breweries, distilleries to importers and distributors globally.

The USATT showcases exciting wines, beers and spirits from all over the world to USA importers, wholesalers, distributors, retailers and press.

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Location: Metropolitan Pavilion, New York, New York, USA.

International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWS SHOW)
ibwss-international bulk wine and spirits showThe International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show aims to give the bulk trade a truly dynamic trading platform where buyers can confidently conduct business with the world’s most reputable suppliers. As the go-to shipping gateway on the Pacific seaboard and home to the majority of wineries in the USA, San Francisco is positioned perfectly for the fair. The city has long acted as the USA’s trading post between the northern and southern hemispheres.  With the launch of IBWSS, international bulk suppliers from some of the world’s most important markets will have unprecedented access to the US market.International Bulk Wine & Spirits Show is a 2 day event being heldat the South San Francisco Conference Center in San Francisco, USA

The International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show showcase exciting wines, beers and spirits from all over the world to USA in the Wine & Spirits industry.

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Location: South San Francisco Conference Center in San Francisco, USA.

Wine Marketing & Tourism Conference
wine marketing and tourism conferenceThe Wine Marketing & Tourism Conference, organized by the wine marketing wine tourism will take place at the Texas Hill Country in Fredericksburg, USA. The conference will Wine tourism, of course, is simply the visitation of wine regions by travelers. From an industry conference perspective, our goal has always been to provide valuable advice on how to grow and improve one’s own wine tourism offering. And growing wine tourism is all about effective marketing.

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Location: Texas Hill Country, Fredericksburg, USA.

Wine Industry Technology Symposium
wits_logo_lgWine Industry Technology Symposium is a conference for winery professionals who implement technology solutions or analyze sales data. This includes IT professionals, marketing managers and DTC managers, as well as general managers, financial managers and winery owners. This conference only focused on Successfully Deploying Technology Solutions in the Wine Industry.

The conference will include educational sessions, multiple networking opportunities to discuss technology and data issues with other industry professionals and a Sponsor Showcase where sponsors demonstrate and discuss the solutions they offer the wine industry.

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Wine2Wine Conference
wine2wine wine conferenceswine2wine is the only event in Italy specifically dedicated to the wine business, an opportunity for all players involved in the production and distribution of wine. Wine2Wine conference offers the unique opportunity for interaction where wineries can gather updated information and know-how in order to better face the challenges of this evolving sector. The event brings together the experience of some of the most important Italian and international wineries, as well as from other dynamic and innovative sectors.

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Location: Eronafiere Congress Center, Verona (VR) Italy.

Australian Wine Industry Technical Conference (AWITC)
Australian Wine Industry - Technical ConferenceThe Australian Wine Industry Technical Conference and Trade Exhibition is the premier technical event for the Australian wine industry. Held every three years since 1970, it combines an extensive program of plenary sessions, workshops, posters, student forum and social events with the industry’s most respected and extensive trade exhibition. The Australian Wine Industry Trade Exhibition (AWITE) is Australia’s leading exhibition of wine technology, equipment and services. Australian Wine Industry Technical Conference will feature a comprehensive range of winemaking and vineyard equipment, materials and associated services. AWITC will be conducted by Fair Events and presented by the Australian Wine Industry Technical Conference Inc.

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Location: Australia.

International Wine Tourism Conference – IWINETC
international wine tourism conference

IWINETC was founded in Spain in 2009; The International Wine Tourism Conference has now accommodated over 700 wine tourism professionals in 45 different countries throughout the world. IWINETC is the leading global event for the wine and culinary tourism industry, held in grape escape destinations around the world. The 3 day event (2 day conference & 1 day Workshop) delivers thought provoking professional education, an extensive exhibition area to discover wine travel destinations and their wines, a focused business environment for tour operators to meet wine tourism experience providers and a chance to discover the wine tourism highlights of the host destination.

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Location: Catania, Sicily, Italy.

Unified Wine & Grape Symposium
unified wine and grape symposiumThe Unified Wine & Grape Symposium (UWGS) is an annual wine and grape industry event, held every January in Sacramento, California, United States of America. Since 1995 the American Society for Enology and Viticulture (ASEV) and the California Association of Wine grape Growers (CAWG) have worked together to develop the trade show combined with symposium. The Unified Symposium also hosts a trade show with over 550 vendors displaying their products and services to the more than 12,000 people who attend annually. This annual event draws more than 13,000 grape growers, vintners and allied industry members from around the world. Including 3 days of program sessions, and over 650 exhibitors, it is the largest event of its kind in the western hemisphere in the Wine & Spirits industry.

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Location: Sacramento Convention Center, Sacramento, USA.
WSWA Convention
Wine and Spirits Wholesalers of americaThe Wine and Spirit Wholesalers Association Convention is one of the biggest events in the USA and services large distribution houses and their members.  For over seventy two years the event has celebrated the success of the wine and spirits industry in the USA.

Wine and Spirits Wholesalers of America Annual Convention and Exposition is a 4-day event being held at the Grande Lakes in Orlando, Florida. The WSWA Convention is the premier event where distributors seek out new and exciting beverage products in the wine &spirits industry.

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Location: Grand Lakes, Orlando, Florida, USA

Wine Vision Conference
wine visionWine Vision is now widely recognized as the leading business innovation forum in the international wine calendar.  Since its launch in 2013 almost 650 CEOs and senior level decision makers have attended the event from close to 30 countries. Their feedback has been unanimous: Wine Vision extended their knowledge, enriched their networks and inspired action in their business. Their mission is to be a catalyst to a more profitable wine industry. Following two years in London and resounding success in Bilbao, Spain, The host location for next year’s forum will be Sonoma County, one of North America’s most progressive wine producing areas.

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Location: Sonoma County, California, USA.

Romeo Bragato National Conference
Romeo Bragato National ConferenceThe Romeo Bragato Conference is the annual three-day conference of the New Zealand grape and wine sector. Named after Romeo Bragato, considered by many to be the ‘father’ of New Zealand viticulture, the conference brings together all participants in the industry. The conference covers the full range of industry activity including grape growing and wine making, national and international wine sector trends, wine marketing and market development, business management and strategic planning.

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Place: New Zealand

World Wine Meetings – Barcelona
World Wine Meetings - BarcelonaWorld Wine Meeting is a 4 day event being held at Barcelona, Spain. This event showcases products like wine and spirits.  The WWM Barcelona business convention takes place over 3 days and is an opportunity to meet selected wine buyers from key buying markets of the world. For more than 30 years now, the WWM Barcelona (ex Cannes) convention has enabled 1,000 wine producers and wine merchants to create, develop, and establish their export activities etc. in the Wine & Spirits industry.

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Place: Barcelona, Spain

International Cool Climate Wine Symposium
International Cool Climate Wine SymposiumInternational Cool Climate Wine Symposium is for bringing together the world’s leading producers and experts in cool climate viticulture, winemaking, research and promotion. So what does “cool climate” mean in relation to wine? There you’ll find out more, see why the ICCWS Symposia are an essential in the diaries of the world’s leading winemakers and grape growers, and explore the winemaking lands of England and Wales. The International Cool Climate Wine Symposium is a major international forum, bringing together the world’s leading figures in cool climate wine production. Held first in 1984, Over three days ideas and best practice will be shared, new and sustainable ways to produce wine will be discussed, master classes will be hosted and wines tasted.

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Place: England
SOMM Summit – International Wine & Spirits Symposium
SOMM Summit - International Wine & Spirits SymposiumSOMM SUMMIT is an educational symposium designed for wine & spirits enthusiasts, sommeliers, wine sales and hospitality professionals with an emphasis on international wine, craft beer, artisanal spirits, enology and viticulture. This four-day conference features educational seminars, wine-beer-spirits tastings and discussions led by prominent master sommeliers, masters of wine, and professors of enology and viticulture, brewers and distillers.

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Place: Seattle, WA
Meininger’s International Wine Conference
Meininger's International Wine ConferenceMeininger’s International Wine Conference, held on the eve of ProWein, offered lively presentations and discussions on trends in the wine market and in wine e-commerce. The Meiningers International Wine Conference, organized by the Meininger Verlag GmbH will take place at Dusseldorf, Germany. The conference will cover areas like discuss the rules of play and conduct, the notions of impact and influence and the questions of how important social media has become in the wine sector and how it influences markets and sales.
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Place: Germany
Digital Wine Communication Conference

Digital Wine Communication ConferenceDWCC is one of the world’s biggest conference related to wine and technology. The DWCC is conference dedicated to creating a network of wine communicators across the globe to spread information, broaden the culture of wine, improve industry standards, and above all else, create a physical space to communicate and share ideas. These Conference sessions are led by international experts in the field who come from around the world to share their knowledge; the conference is thus an excellent opportunity for anyone in the wine trade to network.

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London Wine Fair
london-wine-fair-2014-logo_colour-on-white-670x270London Wine Fair is a 3 day event and wine conference being held at the Olympia London in London, United Kingdom. The London Wine Fair is one of the world’s leading wine trade events. For 36 years the UK and international wine industry has been meeting at the Fair to discuss all aspects of the trade, to taste the latest vintage and get down to business. This is such a biggest wine conference in London.

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Place: London


Hong Kong International Wine & Spirits Fair

Hong Kong International Wine & Spirits FairThe wine scene in Asia is sparkling with potential for growth, and the HKTDC Hong Kong International Wine & Spirits Fair is the platform that promotes the wine trade. The Hong Kong International Wine & Spirits fair is 3 days event held at Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre. Though Asia is its home ground, the fair is truly international. Buyers will see wines from the classic wine-producing regions of the world as well as exciting new winemakers of non-traditional origins and organic wines.

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Place: Hong Kong


WIVI central coast Wine Conference
aaeaaqaaaaaaaaw3aaaajgm3ntviogi5lwu2mzgtndy4ms1hotfkltc1ytfhmme4ytk4nqWiVi Central Coast, is the premier wine and viticulture symposium and trade show in Central California. Now the largest wine industry event south of San Francisco, WiVi boasts 45,000 sq. ft. of exhibit space with nearly 200 exhibits and hundreds of new products, product demonstrations, educational seminars and networking opportunities for winemakers, grape growers, winery owners and managers.

This one-day conference and tradeshow features sessions by top industry leaders on regional viticulture, enology and DTC topics and gives attendees the opportunity to understand and experience new trends and technology.

Wine Conference Details for WIVI central coast Wine Conference


Place: California, USA

Wine conference build up your distribution network, strong wine brand awareness, targeted audience for all these reasons conferences must attain and participate, continue to do so at least once a year. The benefits are definitely bigger than the costs if you know how to get the most out of every wine conference.


Event Producer: Beverage Trade Network

USA Trade Tasting is brought to you by Beverage Trade Network, the leading online platform dedicated to connecting the global beverage industry. Beverage Trade Network (BTN) successfully connects wineries, breweries, distilleries and brand owners with international importers, distributors, brokers and beverage industry professionals on a daily basis. Strong partnerships with international and US organizations have helped BTN establish USA Trade Tasting as a premiere sales and marketing event committed to connecting the beverage industry.

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