New wine pavilion at Beviale Moscow 2018
With a new pavilion for wine production & manufacturing for the first time, Beviale Moscow will open its doors to professionals from the Russian beverage industry from 27 February to 1 March 2018. The trade fair for the Russian beverage industry covers the entire process chain, underscoring its holistic approach.
Wine production and processing is one of most dynamic segments in the Russian beverage industry. “We are delighted that the topic of wine is celebrating its premiere at the Beviale Moscow 2018 as part of the Pavilion for Wine Production & Manufacturing”, Thimo Holst, Project Manager Beviale Moscow, announces.
“Thanks to our concept we were able to persuade the largest Russian wine producers’ association, the Union of Winegrowers and Winemakers of Russia, to become our sponsor, which yet again underlines the importance of this segment”, continues Holst. This creates a targeted platform for decision-makers from wine cellars and for beverage specialists from Russia and the CIS states. Naturally, wine is also represented in other areas of the trade fair programme: A young winemaker competition is planned in collaboration with WorldSkills (www.worldskills.org) and the supporting programme also features keynotes on this topic.
Based on trends and developments in the Russian market, Beviale Moscow will once again explore overarching issues for the industry and in this context can announce a few new features. One such example is the Pavilion for Wine Production & Manufacturing, which will make its debut at Beviale Moscow 2018. The much discussed topic of PET will also be covered again in the “PETarena powered by PETnology”. The holistic approach of Beviale Moscow will continue in 2018. For visitors, the focus will be on beverage producers that present the entire beverage production process chain at the event: from suitable raw materials through custom technologies to efficient packaging, logistics and creative marketing ideas. Beviale Moscow is not limited to specific kinds of drinks but offers solutions for all segments: from alcoholic drinks like beer, wine and spirits to alcohol-free and soft drinks, juices and mineral water and liquid dairy products.