WINE PARIS & VINEXPO PARIS 2024, the place where wine industry professionals meet

WINE PARIS & VINEXPO PARIS 2024, the place where wine industry professionals meet

WINE PARIS & VINEXPO PARIS 2024, the place where wine industry professionals meet

One of the biggest edition with more and more international exhibitors !


Wine Paris & Vinexpo Paris 2024 is poised to redefine the global wine and spirits experience, hosting its fifth edition from February 12-14, 2024, at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles. This edition promises to be a transformative journey, with a 72% surge in international exhibitors from 50 countries, reflecting the event’s growing global stature.

The exhibition space expands by 28%, providing a platform for 3,900 exhibitors to showcase their offerings. Notably, the dedicated space for spirits, crafts, and more, known as Be Spirits, witnesses a 25% growth, highlighting the industry’s dynamism.

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Internationally, Italy takes the lead with a 40% increase in space, featuring the Italian Trade Agency, Consortium Istituto Marchigiano di Tutela Vini, and the prestigious Italian Signature Wines Academy. The New World sees a diverse representation, including New Zealand’s debut and the participation of renowned names from the USA, Australia, and South America.

Spain, as the third-largest exhibitor, showcases not only its renowned bodegas but also introduces the region of Murcia for the first time. Portugal, represented by the Comissão Vitivinícola Regional da Península de Setúbal (CVRPS), unveils a spectrum of wine, including white, rosé, red, sparkling, and sweet, making its debut in Paris.

Within the Be Spirits extravaganza, there’s a notable expansion of categories, with the inclusion of beers and ciders. The Craft Pavilion, a dedicated space within Be Spirits, becomes a focal point for trends in spirits, beer, cider, and no/low alcohol products. The Infinite Bar, featuring top mixologists, promises an immersive experience with 60 high-quality creations over three days.

French terroirs take center stage, with diverse regions like Alsace, Champagne, Bordeaux, Burgundy, and others presenting their rich offerings. New names, including Vranken Pommery and Champagne Henriot, add to the vibrancy of the French showcase.

Wine Paris & Vinexpo Paris 2024 emerges as a landmark edition, embracing international collaboration, expanding offerings, and embracing innovation in the global wine and spirits industry. The event promises a dynamic and enriching experience for professionals and enthusiasts alike.