Slow Wine Fair, the only international wine exhibition dedicated to good, clean and fair wine, returns for its second edition at BolognaFiere from Sunday 26 to Tuesday 28 February 2023.
It is organised by BolognaFiere and SANA, International Exhibition of Organic and Natural Products, under the artistic direction of Slow Food, and promotes wines that are the result of sustainable agriculture, which has as its watchwords biodiversity, the protection of the agricultural landscape, the judicious use of its resources, the cultural and social growth of farming communities, as well as increasing consumer awareness.
Hundreds of Italian and international wineries and more than 3,000 labels will be on show: wines that are not only good, clean and fair, in line with the principles of the Slow Wine Coalition, but also organic – thanks to the partner FederBio – and of the highest quality, because they have been selected by an international commission.
Not to be missed, alongside tastings and masterclasses with producers, conferences and forums, the new entry of spirits, distillates, liqueurs and bitters. BolognaFiere hosts, indeed, the third edition of the Fiera dell’Amaro d’Italia, promoted by Amaroteca and ANADI. Producers of excellence present their bitters to the public, telling their story, linked to a long tradition and to local ingredients and recipes.
New features include an area for sustainability partners offering innovative technological solutions, tools and services for the wine world.
All these factors make the Slow Wine Fair an event that stands out among Italian and international fairs dedicated to wine for its strong content and selection of wineries, useful for professionals to make business deals and for enthusiasts to broaden their tasting horizons.
Slow Wine Fair is a b2b event for Horeca and large-scale retail trade professionals, but wine lovers are welcome at BolognaFiere on Sunday, February 26, in the afternoon.