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Vinomed, new wine fair in Montpellier 27-28 April 2020

Vinomed is the name of a new, export-oriented wine fair in Montpellier in southern France. It takes place for the first time this year for two days, April 27 and 28, 2020. The focus of Vinomed is the wines from the Languedoc-Roussillon even if the show also includes some other regions in “Occitanie”, like e.g. […]

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Wine Paris show

Wine Paris, finally Paris has a major wine fair

Paris’ first major professional wine fair, Wine Paris, took place on 11-13 February. Many consider it about time that the French capital hosts a large wine fair. Wine Paris is a merger of Wine Vision and Vinisud. Wine Vision is a fair that made its debut in Paris in February 2018 with exhibitors from France’s […]

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Wine Fair with Swedish (!) Wines on July 27-28

Sometimes people as “Do you make wine in Sweden?” A fair question. The climate is obviously not ideal. The answer is “Yes.” I believe there is well less than 100 hectares in total, but quite a few producers. If you happen to be in the south of Sweden on July 27-28 you have a unique […]

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Tasting glasses at Vinisud

Vinisud 2017

Vinisud, the big wine fair with Mediterranean profile, will open its doors on 29th of January 2017. Since its debut in 1994 the fair has been held every second year in Montpellier. Now, however, it is becoming an annual event. Around 1000 wine producers will be present in 2017. These come mainly from the southern […]

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Rhône Wine festival in Denmark

Dansk Vincenter (Danish Wine Center) in Advedøre outside Copenhagen is once again this year organising a Rhône Wine festival in September, more specifically, on Saturday 17 September. It is a festival for “those who love Rhone wines”. And who does not? There are few wine regions that offer such a complete wine experience as the […]

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Lots of wine fairs in 2016

The beginning of the year is when many of the most important wine fairs take place. It is a season when the wine producers can spare a bit of time. Here are some of the most important (click on the links for more info): Millésime Bio, 25-27 January 2016,  the wine fair for organic and […]

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Le Salon des Vins de la Loire 2016

The Loire Valley Wine Fair: 1-3 February, 2016

Winter is wine fair time. It is busy times if you want to explore all the wine shows. The Loire Valley Wine Fair takes place on February 1-3, 2016 at the Exhibition Centre in Angers. Or if you prefer Le Salon des Vins de Loire at the Parc des Expositions in Angers. You can easily […]

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Time for Millésime Bio 2016, the organic wine fair

The world’s biggest wine fair for organic wine will take place on January 25-27, 2016 in Montpellier, Millésime Bio, or if you prefer the World Organic Wine Fair. This is certainly a very important wine fair to visit for anyone interested in organic wines (and biodynamic). But it is also a very interesting wine show […]

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Vinisud 2016 big

Time to plan for Vinisud: 15-17 February 2016

It’s that time of year again. No, not to buy Christmas presents. I was thinking of when invitations for next year’s wine fairs start dropping in. One of the major wine fairs to plan for in your agenda I Vinisud. It is focused on wines from the countries and wine regions around the Mediterranean. It […]

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Vinexpo in June 2015 in Bordeaux

Vinexpo in Bordeaux is probably the world’s largest wine fair. Next edition, the eighteenth, will be on June 14-18, 2015. There are many wine fairs in the world today and for each of them it is important to know how to attract visitors. Vinexpo is launching several new ideas and events for the 2015 edition. […]

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Wine fair with Loire wines on February 2-4, 2015

Loire is France’s longest river. About 1000 kilometres long. Along the river there are lots of exciting wines of many different types, ranging from simple everyday wines to magnificent quality wines. The “wine part” of the Loire starts at Sancerre and Pouilly-sur-Loire and continues all the way out to the Atlantic. Along its course the […]

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The Pope's Palace in Avignon

Rhône Festival in Denmark on September 20

Inter Rhône and The Wine Company in Denmark invites you to the eleventh edition of “Rhônevinfestivalen” (the Rhône Festival) on Saturday, September 20. The festival takes place at Dansk Vincenter in Avedøre just outside of Copenhagen between 11 am and 4 pm. There will be more than 30 exhibitors and you will be able to […]

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New Wine Fair in Copenhagen on May 23 & 24

We have been informed that a new Wine Fair will take place at Dansk Vincenter outside of Copenhagen in Denmark on Friday May 23rd and Saturday May 24th. Wine producers are invited to participate. The first day is for professionals where the producers will meet wine importers, distributors, HoReCa and wine journalists. The second day […]

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Red wine successful in China

The Chinese have overtaken both the French and Italians in terms of consumption of red wine. This shows a report made by Vinexpo, the world leading wine fair which will have its Hong Kong edition in May this year. The Chinese (including Hong Kong) drank 136 % more red wine in 2013 than they did […]

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BKWine to host organic tastings at Vinisud

Vinisud is a very interesting wine fair, the second biggest in France. This year it will take place on February 24-26 in Montpellier, as usual. If you are going to the fair and are interested in organic wines, do not miss these two tastings, hosted by BKWine. We were originally asked to do a tasting […]

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Rebel wine fair with high quality Champagne

At the same day as the big Champagne day in Stockholm a Champagne day OFF was arranged by a few importers of small, high quality champagne producers. BKWine’s Peter Dybeck tasted and commented champagnes from Françoise Bedel and Pierre Larmandier, both biodynamic, and several others. Read more here Champagne Day OFF 2013: favourite champagnes.

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The big Rhone wine jamboree: 11-14 March 2013

Les Découvertes en Vallée du Rhône is a travelling wine show that takes place every second year in the Rhone Valley. Every appellation organises a gargantuan tasting with all the producers (well, almost). The wine trade and wine journalists go from village to village to taste. Worth a visit! Read more about this big movable […]

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The big Rhone wine jamboree: 11-14 March 2013

Les Découvertes en Vallée du Rhône is a travelling wine show that takes place every second year in the Rhone Valley. Every appellation organises a gargantuan tasting with all the producers (well, almost). The wine trade and wine journalists go from village to village to taste. It is a magnificent occasion to taste a large […]

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BKWine features (sort of) in a detective crime novel

It is actually the BKWine Scandinavian Wine Fair in Paris that is mentioned in the Swedish author Anna Jansson’s book “The Alchemy’s Eternal Fire”. We don’t have as prominent a role in the book as Gute Vineyard, a Swedish winery that is actually mentioned by name. Without revealing too many secrets we can say that […]

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Haslemere Wine Fest

Haslemere Wine Fest on 15 September

Apparently they have become pretty good at making wine in England these days. I haven’t had the opportunity to try any of the recent wines myself but if you are interested (I do hope you are!) then you can taste a wide range of wines from Surrey, Sussex and Hampshire on Saturday 15 September at […]

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Wine events calendar

Finally we have it up and running again, our wine events calendar. In it you can find dates for wine fairs, wine tastings, and other types of wine events. You find our wine events calendar here. Send us an email if you have something that you want us to put on the calendar. We also […]

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Cape Wine – wine show in South Africa

Cape Wine is to be held in the Cape Town Convention Centre from 25 to 27 September 2012. This is a trade event “with loads of fun built in”, according to the organisers. There will be over 300 wineries exhibiting. The intention is to showcase what is going on in the South African wine regions. […]

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Vinosus, a wine show in Norway 22-23 april

Vinosus is a wine show organised by three Norwegian wine importers: Vinarius, Vinum and PlusVini. It takes place in Oslo on April 22 and 23. The fair includes some 30 wine producers, many of whom will be there in person, for example: Badia a Coltibuono, Balland Chapuis, Ricasoli, Bret Brothers, Domaine de l’Hortus, Domaine Weinbach, […]

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