From February 25-27 Slow Wine Fair returns to BolognaFiere for its third edition.

In 2023 over 10,000 enthusiasts, buyers and professionals visited the 750 wineries from across Italy and 19 other countries.

An event for enthusiasts and professionals

Opening times

  • Sunday, February 25: 12 – 7 p.m.
  • Monday, February 26: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Tuesday, February 27: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

On February 25 Slow Wine Fair invites all wine enthusiasts and professionals. Attendees can enjoy the tasting counter, sample the thousands of labels on display, and engage in discussions with the producers. Wine lovers can also attend conferences and meetings, as well as participate in Masterclasses to further explore the characteristics of the featured wines, guided by producers and experts.

On February 26 and 27, the event is reserved for industry professionals, including buyers, restaurateurs, wine shop owners, importers, distributors, chefs, and sommeliers. They can explore a selection of the finest Italian and international wineries within the BolognaFiere pavilions, all of which have been assessed by Slow Food and a panel of experts. These wineries share a commitment to virtuous production methods in both the vineyard and the cellar.

Tickets

The ticket office is online!

  • Wine enthusiasts can buy a ticket for February 25 for €39.
  • If you’re a wine professional, you can purchase your ticket for a day of your choice from February 25-27 for €20. A two-day ticket costs €30, and a three-day ticket €40. Tickets may be bought online or at the ticket office in Bologna.

Discount codes:

  • Slow Food members, FISAR members, students of the University of Gastronomic Sciences: a one-day ticket for Sunday, February 25 at €29. These coupons may only be used online.
  • Osterie d’Italia and Slow Food Alliance and ASCOM-associated establishments: a one day ticket for a day of your choice for €15.

Tickets bought online may be refunded if your cancellation is requested by 11.59 p.m. of February 22, 2023.

Slow Wine Fair is only open to people age 18 and older.

Slow Wine Fair 2023 in numbers

  • 750 exhibitors representing every Italian region and 20 other countries: Albania, Argentina, Austria, Brazil, Chile, China, Cyprus, Croatia, France, Georgia, Germany, North Macedonia, Peru, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, Uruguay).
  • over 350 wineries certified as organic or biodynamic
  • 4000 labels available for tasting
  • 9 international masterclasses
  • over 30 conferences, forums, masterclasses and other events

Wine and more

At Slow Wine Fair, we also confirm the presence of sustainability partners: innovative technology and services for the wine industry that promote the sustainability of the wine world.

The world of spirits, amaro and liqueurs is also featured. The Slow Wine Fair offers a unique and comprehensive experience, covering everything from aperitifs to digestifs drinks, as well as the world of mixology.

Organized by BolognaFiere and Sana based on a concept by Slow Food, Slow Wine Fair is the international fair dedicated to good, clean and fair wine. Conferences, masterclasses and around 1000 wineries from Italy beyond, with over 5000 labels in total. The ticket office will be online from the end of November. Sign up to the newsletter for updates. February 25-27, 2024 #SlowWineFair2024

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