Vinovision Paris and Vinisud are already planning for 2020

Wednesday October 24 2018 by Vitisphere

Vinovision entered the Porte de Versailles exhibition centre in Paris in 2017. In 2019, Vinisud will also be there.Vinovision entered the Porte de Versailles exhibition centre in Paris in 2017. In 2019, Vinisud will also be there. - Photo credit : Marion Sepeau Ivaldi

In 2019, the first ever Wine Paris will bring together Vinovision Paris (the cool climate wine show) and Vinisud. Although the trial event has yet to take place, Comexposium, the organiser of the two shows, has announced that both boards have agreed to repeat the experience in 2020. Vinovision Paris and Vinisud will therefore be held again in Paris under the umbrella brand Wine Paris. “Our two respective trade fairs have put aside their regional ambitions to prioritise the city of Paris in 2019 and for years to come. Businesses within the wine industry have wholeheartedly expressed joint support for this project and are defending a common interest in the success of the event”, said Pierre Clément, chairman of the association of cool climate wines, which runs Vinovision Paris, in a statement.


1,300 companies have signed up for Wine Paris

"For Vinisud, we took this decision on October 15 at the board of directors' meeting, which brought together all the marketing boards involved in Vinisud (Oc, CIVL, Côtes du Rhône, South-West, Provence, Roussillon...) and trade organisations (Pays d'Oc, Southern AOC Federation...)”, explained Fabrice Rieu, chairman of Vinisud. Enthusiasm shown by exhibitors for Wine Paris 2019 has led the wine marketing boards belonging to both boards of directors to confirm a 2020 Wine Paris. To date, 1,300 exhibitors have signed up for the 2019 event, with attendance intentions bringing the number of exhibitors up to 1,600 (though the 2,000 exhibitor target is still very relevant ). 500 companies have expressed their intention to sign up for Vinovision (compared to 350 in 2018); and 1,100 for Vinisud (compared to 1,420 exhibitors in 2018). “We are seeing a decline in attendance by small exhibitors from Languedoc-Roussillon. Exhibitors from PGI Pays d'Oc are stable in number, whilst South-West France, Corsica and Provence are on the rise,” commented Fabrice Rieu.






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