The first edition of the Slow Wine Fair takes place over three days, each aimed at different audiences, with different activities and locations.

The morning of Sunday, March 27, BolognaFiere, is dedicated to winemakers and vignerons: all those who cultivate grapes and transform them into wine.

Ticket office

The Sana Slow Wine Fair ticket office is online now. You can also buy a ticket directly at BolognaFiere (using electronic methods of payment only – no cash).  

All visitors are welcome on Sunday, March 27 from 12 to 7 p.m. Ticket price: €59


• Members of Slow Food, members of FISAR, FICO customers and University of Gastronomic Sciences students have a discount code which will be sent to them via mail, allowing them to buy a ticket for €49 for Sunday, March 27.

Coupon codes can be used here.

Industry professionals are welcome:

Sunday, March 27, from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. Ticket price: €39
Monday, March 28, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Ticket price: €39
Tuesday, March 29, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ticket price: €29

Discounts for industry professionals

• Members of Ascom will be sent a coupon code via mail allowing them to buy a ticket for €15 for any of the three days of the event.

• Members of Club Excellence will be sent a coupon code via mail allowing them to buy a ticket for €15 for any of the three days of the event.

Coupon codes can be used here.

Industry professionals will also be able to buy two- or three-day tickets for €55 and €75 respectively.

Complimentary ticket validation

Validate your complimentary tickets here

Slow Wine Coalition Conferences

Thanks to their commitment to protecting the environment and the landscape, and to their respect for the work and the rights of all, they’re making wine a driver of change that can revolutionize agriculture and the countryside. More generally, the delegates of the Slow Wine Coalition, who will play an active role in defining the future of wine, may also participate.

The program includes participation in the conferences of the Slow Wine Fair, with a plenary opening session as well as three online conferences held the week before the Fair in Bologna. The conferences will develop the cornerstones of the Slow Food Manifesto for good, clean and fair wine: the best practices for real environmental sustainability, the role of the winery in protecting the landscape and safeguarding natural resources and biodiversity, and the socio-cultural role of the winemaker as a driver of economic growth for their local area.

The Exhibition and Masterclasses

The afternoon of Sunday, March 27 – BolognaFiere, Pavilion 20 . Slow Wine Fair opens it doors to all wine enthusiasts and industry professionals: you can taste the thousands of labels on offer, talk directly to producers and take part in Masterclasses where, guided by producers and experts, you’ll learn more about the production philosophies behind these great wines.

Monday, March 28 Tuesday, March 29 – BolognaFiere, Pavilion 20. Slow Wine Fair dedicates two days to industry professionals: restaurateurs, merchants, importers, distributors, cooks, sommeliers; at BolognaFiere they’ll find a selection of the finest Italian and international wineries, selected by Slow Food and united by the virtuous methods they use in the vineyard and the cellar. They can also participate in Masterclasses.