Slow Wine Fair 2024 is here!

Slow Wine Fair 2024 is on the way, from February 25-27 at BolognaFiere! At last year's Fair we welcomed over 10,000 visitors, including a significant presence of industry professionals, and hosted 750 participating wineries. This year we aim to bring you an even wider panorama of good, clean and fair wine from Italy and beyond.

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🍇#SlowWineFair2024 is here: reflections on the future of viticulture and agriculture, tastings, and the joy of our winemaking friends make this event more special every year.

🍷But above all, we remind ourselves how hard the members of the Slow Wine Coalition work all year round for ...the good of the soil ecosystem, without which there'd be no wine at all. It's a collective effort for better agriculture, better wine, and a better world.

See you tomorrow!

🍇#SlowWineFair2024 is here: reflections on the future of viticulture and agriculture, tastings, and the joy of our winemaking friends make this event more special every year.

🍷But above all, we remind ourselves how hard the members of the Slow Wine Coalition work all year round for ...the good of the soil ecosystem, without which there'd be no wine at all. It's a collective effort for better agriculture, better wine, and a better world.

See you tomorrow!

Wanna learn the secrets of #winemaking and support producers who respect the soil and ecosystems?

Meet the protagonists of the wine revolution for yourself at BolognaFiere from February 25-27!

At #SlowWineFair2024 you'll have the chance to meet 147 international exhibitors ...and taste wine from 26 countries: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, Croatia, the Czech Republic, France, Georgia, Germany, Japan, Mexico, Romania, Peru, Portugal, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey.

Don't miss it! More details on @slow_food_events

What role do horses and donkeys play in sustainable winemaking?
Why is a Japanese winery protecting their grapes with tiny “umbrellas”?
How is a winemaker able to cultivate vineyards in the most arid area of Argentina?

Wanna learn the secrets of #winemaking and support ...producers who respect the soil and ecosystems?

Meet the protagonists of the wine revolution for yourself at BolognaFiere from February 25-27!

At #SlowWineFair2024 you'll have the chance to meet 147 international exhibitors and taste wine from 26 countries: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, Croatia, the Czech Republic, France, Georgia, Germany, Japan, Mexico, Romania, Peru, Portugal, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey.

Don't miss it! More details at https://slowinefair.slowfood.it/en/

🌱🍇 This #WorldSoilDay discover the vital nature of soil ecosystems for the world of wine, and agriculture as a whole, with renowned French soil experts Lydia and Claude Bourguignon, in our online conference "Living Soil, Living Wine", part of #SlowWineFair2024. 📆 Join us on ...December 6, at 6 p.m. CET 🌿

The soil, like food, should be considered a right to be guaranteed for all, not a commodity to be exploited.

#SlowWineFair2024 shares a radical message that resounds beyond the wine world: we need a shift from conventional viticulture to an agroecological approach that considers the planet... before profit.

We must contain the spread of monocultures, curb the indiscriminate use of synthetic chemicals, protect the soil with mulch, and reduce or eliminate unnecessary plowing.

Discover more from February 25-27 at BolognaFiere and through online conferences starting December 6, together with wine producers and professionals committed to producing wine that respects the soil as a vital source of life.

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