On 5 and 6 March 2018, the six cooperatives of The Wine Net will be present at Vinexpo New York, the first edition of the prestigious international fair held in the United States.
The Wine Net- Italian Co-Op Excellence is the first network made up of six Italian wine cooperatives from areas with a high winemaking vocation. It is delighted to announce its participation in Vinexpo New York, the international exhibition of wine and spirits to be held on 5 and 6 March 2018 at the Jacob K Javits Convention Center in New York: two days of meetings, tastings and conferences among the greats of the sector.
The six cooperatives of The Wine Net are Cantina Valpolicella Negrar (Veneto), Cantina Produttori di Valdobbiadene – Val D’Oca (Veneto), Cantina Pertinace (Piedmont), CVA Canicattì (Sicily), Cantina Frentana (Abruzzo) and Cantina del Morellino di Scansano (Tuscany). They will exhibit together to raise the flag of high quality Italian cooperatives; the fair is a unique opportunity to make strategic contacts with the most authoritative importers and distributors of the world’s most important wine market.
The New York fair will also be the occasion of a dinner event to be held Tuesday, 6 March 2018 at the well-known “Ristorante GIANO” in New York.
The Vinexpo brand was created in 1981 with the aim of organising events dedicated to the trade and promotion of wine and spirits; today it is the international partner of the sector.
There have been many fair editions: Vinexpo Bordeaux has countless ones, while Vinexpo Hong Kong (originally Vinexpo Asia-Pacific) has been held regularly since 1998. In 2014 Vinexpo expanded to the Japanese market with the launch of the third bi-annual Vinexpo Tokyo fair.
Vinexpo New York will be held for the first time this year on 5 and 6 March 2018, thus opening the doors of the US market to international exhibitors.
The Wine Net is the first Italian network; it is made up of six Italian wine cooperatives from areas with a high winemaking vocation. It was created with the aim of uniting Italian Cooperative Winemaking excellence, also in response to the by-now obsolete reputation of large-scale production with less qualitative value.