With the beginning of the new year, a new season also begins for our greatest passion: wine. The wine fairs in the world go from Paris to Florence, from Milan to Düsseldorf allowing the best producers on the market to compete in an international theater of discoveries and flavors. There are plenty of opportunities that allow enthusiasts and producers to meet in the most evocative settings to taste and let themselves be carried away by the history of the brands. These events are the perfect opportunity for wine lovers to discover the finest producers or the best bottles for special occasions, all in a context of tasting experiences within everyone’s reach. Let us take you around the globe through the 2023 wine fairs that will accompany us throughout the year.
Wine fairs in Italy in 2023
Within the framework of the great winemaking tradition, Italy promises to confirm its role of international excellence, placing itself as a touchpoint not only for the production but also for the promotion of the best bottles in the world. So let’s find out all the dates to mark down and the cities that will host the most important events dedicated to flavor and the great passion for wine.
- In Emilia Romagna, in February, the Slow Wine Fair is held every year, an excellent opportunity to taste the most famous labels of Italy and the world.
- In March, the city of Trento sets up once again Vinifera, an event where tasting and purchasing are combined in one space.
- Once in April, however, the main event of local winemaking begins. In fact, April starts with the most famous wine fair in Italy, where national and international producers set up a moment of celebration and great tasting: Vinitaly. In Verona, as every year, the international exhibition of wines and spirits takes place, where you can move between international productions, organic wines, tastings, mixology, technology and design in the world of wine in a varied and immense scenario.
There are many wine fairs in 2023 in Italy to get to know the world of oenology and all the great Italian and international workers who will enrich our tables and beyond, and just as much the desire to immerse yourself in all these spaces full of expectations and flavors to discover.