From February 26-28, a little less than a year after the first edition, the international event dedicated to good, clean and fair wine, Slow Wine Fair, returns to BolognaFiere for the joy of all wine lovers and professionals.
In 2022 over 6000 enthusiasts, buyers and professionals visited the 542 wineries from across Italy and 19 other countries.
Tickets for Slow Wine Fair are available now!
- All wine enthusiasts can come to the event on Sunday, February 26, for €39. Tickets are available online and will be available from a physical ticket office at BolognaFiere during the event. Slow Food members, FISAR members, UNISG students and other eligible groups will soon receive a discount code via email.
- Industry professionals – importers, distributors, restaurateurs, sommeliers, wine merchants… – can come to the event from Sunday, February 26, Monday, February 27 and Tuesday, February 28 at a cost of €20 for a single-day ticket for any day. Tickets are available online and will be available from a physical ticket office at BolognaFiere during the event. Package tickets are also available: two days for €30 or all three days for €40. Any tickets purchased which can then not be used may only be reimbursed if cancellation is requested by February 24. All visitors must be at least 18 years old.
All those with a coupon code can buy discounted tickets at the link below.
February 26: for wine loves and professionals
On February 26 – in Pavilions 15 and 20 of BolognaFiere – Slow Wine Fair welcomes all wine enthusiasts and industry professionals, who can taste the thousands of labels on display and speak directly to their producers. There’s a rich program of conferences and meetings and guided tastings, where the peculiarities of selected wines will be explored with producers and experts.
February 27 and 28: days dedicated to professionals
February 27 and 28 are dedicated to industry professionals: restaurateurs, merchants, importers, distributors, cooks, sommeliers and journalists who can explore a selection of the finest wineries in Italy and beyond as selected by Slow Food and a commission of experts, all united by their virtuous production methods in the vineyard and the cellar.
- Sunday: 12 – 7 p.m.
- Monday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
- Tuesday: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
New for Slow Wine Fair 2023
Not just wine…
Slow Wine Fair 2023 also features sustainability partners: producers of innovative technological solutions, machines, tools and services to improve the sustainability of the wine value chain.
Another new entry: spirits and liqueurs, to offer a complete experience, from aperitif to digestif.
Slow Wine Fair 2022 in numbers
- 542 wineries from
- 20 countries (Albania, Austria, Argentina, Bosnia Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, Croatia, Czechia, France, Germany, Greece, Italia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Peru, Portugal, Spain, Uruguay)
- over 250 certified organic or biodynamic wineries
- over 2300 different labels on offer
- 9 international masterclasses
- more than 20 conferences, forums and side events