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The Autumn Session of GoodWine International Fair is going to take place at Romexpo, Pavilion C1, Bucuresti during 25-27 November 2016.
The event is dedicated to Romanian Premium wines and will gather numerous winemakers, importers and distributors, but also suppliers from related areas.
APEV, helped by the Embassy of Romania and the Economic Counsellor’s Office in Warsaw, initiated a series of actions meant to increase the Romanian wine exports to the Polish wine market, namely:
1. A trip of Polish wine journalists to Romanian wineries during April 13-16, 2016.
2. Participation of Romanian wineries in the international wine trade Fair Enoexpo Krakow, November 16-18, 2016.
3. Participation of Romanian wineries in the international tourism and travel Fair TT Warsaw, November 24-26, 2016, where Romania is guest of honour.
Similar actions are under preparation for other target markets as well.
During the 39th World Congress of Vine and Wine, the Director General of the OIV, Jean-Marie Aurand, presented an overview of the vitivinicultural sector, as well as initial information from the thematic report devoted to the table grape and dried grape markets, which will be published at the end of the year.
Global wine production, excluding juice and musts, is likely to reach 259.5 million hectolitres – a decrease of 5% compared with 2015, ranking among the three poorest years for production since 2000, according to the OIV's early estimates.
The report covers the vitivinicultural production potential, areas under vines, global wine production and consumption, and wine import and export volumes.
International Wine Contest Bucharest 2016 (IWCB 2016), the most important international wine contest in Romania, organised at the initiative of the National Office of Vine and Wine Products (ONVPV) by the Authorised Tasters Association of Romania (ADAR) in partnership with ASER Wineconsulting under the patronage of the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV), has reached its end.
The contest took place between 26-29 May 2016 in Focsani, the capital of one of the most important wine regions of Romania: Vrancea (Moldavia).