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India Wine Show at Nashik

The third biennial edition of India Wine Show 2009 taking place in Nashik from 26-30 November aims  to provide a business platform to the grape growers and wine producers from India and overseas as well as wine lovers who wish to learn more  about winemaking, with tasting and vineyard visits thrown in as an added attraction.

The show emphasizes on the technical know how to the processing, packaging, actual marketing of the product in the domestic and foreign market , with an opportunity to network with the international dealers, and generate business, says the Show’s website

There are a number of conferences to be held over two days (27-28 Nov.) and which will be addressed by the industry experts, leading exporters / importers, dignitaries and the professionals. The speakers will highlight on the various aspects of the agriculture industry and the wine industry. The discussions will throw light on the subjects like marketing strategies, business developments and growth in the Indian wine industry and spirit market. Seminars will deliberate on the topics ranging from viticulture to export opportunities.

There will be a Panel Discussion on the benefits of wine, new trends in wine making procedures, development steps and marketing strategies. The discussion will also encompass the growth and fate of the Indian wine industry. It will also include a technical session where the producers and technical people will share their wine industry vision with the participants.

Buyer Seller Meet is the highlight at Krishi 2009 which was first organised in 1996 and has completed 5 editions- apparently it has been now merged with the Wine Show. The organisers hope it will promote the market linkages between the Indian and foreign buyers and the local producers directly. This would give the producers in the food processing industry a direct access to the global market at the best prices.

The Show is organised by Media Exhibitors in conjunction with Maharashtra Chamber of Commerce, Industry & Agriculture.

For more details and registration/invitation visit their website, www.indiawineshow.com

 

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