Vinisud 2018 takes place February 18-20 at the exhibition center in Montpellier, France.
More than 1,650 exhibitors and 30,000 visitors from 80 countries are expected to attend the trade—only event where the business of wine is the focus. Vinisud will shine a spotlight on the wines from the Languedoc, France’s largest wine producing region, and its neighbors, the Southwest (Sud-Ouest) and Roussillon.
Among the top five trade events, Vinisud is geared to supporting the development of wines from the region. France remains one of the world’s largest wine producers, and these appellations along the Mediterranean coast or under its influence make up the country’s largest wine-producing area.
Sustainable, organic or biodynamic viticulture, natural winemaking practices and vegan wines are all ways in which the wine world is adapting to current consumer concerns. Vinisud will focus on those initiatives.
For international buyers, Vinisud delivers a wide range of producers all under one roof and the opportunity to discover new wines and emerging trends.
And if the crowds and excitement overwhelm, the Mediterranean Sea lies just outside the Exhibition Hall in Montpellier.
Advance tickets are €20 ($24) including VAT, instead of the €40 ($47) during the show.