The new BeoWine Fair continued to showcase quality exhibition program and comprehensive promotion of all participants and brands at the fair.
A long tradition of winemaking in Georgia makes this drink an essential part of this country’s national identity whose people make wine in “kvevri” clay jugs, for which reason their wine has been included in the UNESCO list of cultural heritage in the world. Wines from this country will be presented at the BeoWine 2020 in line with the wishes of many wine lovers in Serbia, who have so far been deprived of Georgia’s oenological treasure
Aside from Serbian wines, this year’s fair will showcase variety of wines from Georgia for the first time, as well as those traditionally presented from Italy, Germany, France, Croatia, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Northern Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Austria, Turkey and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Italy, a country of wines that are very popular with us, will be presented at the exhibition stand that will represent all regions of Italy, and therefore a wide variety of labels.
As regards Croatia, we are expecting wineries from Peljesac and Istria at a joint stand, as well as individual olive oil producers from Istria region.
One of the features of this year’s Wine Fair program is gastronomy, as well as the opportunity to learn more about wine and food pairing, since the fair will be featuring cheese producers from France, Herzegovina and the region, as well as producers of Herzegovinian and Montenegrin prosciutto, importers and distributors of Italian products, handmade chocolate and other gastronomic delicacies
BeoWine Wine Fair is becoming more and more popular year after year, for which reason it keeps pace with the global trends – wine consumption expansion, wine culture and wine tourism promotion in an attempt to stimulate winemaking and viticulture.