Vinitaly – The most important Italian wine festival

March 30th 2011 by Giulia

"Where there is good wine, there is great happiness".
Leonardo da Vinci

Vinitaly is an important wine festival which takes place in Verona, the city of Romeo and Juliet, from 1967. Over the years it has become more and more important and is today the main wine festival in Italy and one of the most renowned wine events of the world. The full name of the wine festival – Vinitaly, The World we Love – recalls the passion and the effort of people working in the sector, projecting history and traditions to the future, and proposes itself as meeting point for all wine lovers of all around the world.

The 45° edition of the Vinitaly will take place in April 2011, from 7th to 11th.

Just a few numbers* to understand how big Vinitaly wine festival is:

4.000 exhibitors

153,000 operators from all over the world

47,000 international visitors

2,000 journalists

Five days of workshops, forums, meetings, wine and spirits tastings and much more. Vinitaly is a great opportunity for wine professionals and oenologists to keep them updated about the last news and to establish and strengthen business relationships. Vinitaly is also interesting for wine lovers, curious to know more about other nations’ wine traditions.

Vinitaly Festival gives wine lovers the chance of making an imaginary tour around the world and conveys wine traditions from 60 different countries.

For more info on Vinitaly 2011 please visit the official website, where you can also have a look on their nice Brochure and buy your ticket online.


If you are a wine lover, you can also like our last articles about the best wines in Tuscany, Sardinia, Puglia and Campania.


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  1. Giulia says:

    My pleasure, I am happy to have been of some help to you. I hope you've also appreciated our previous posts about Italian regional wines. Thanks for your comment and stay tuned!

  2. it a pleasure to see this viniatly fair and hope to visit ,am a buyer and it will help me to choose some of the poroduct to sell in my country thanks waiting to read from you as well.

  3. What an enticing post! I must get to VinItaly someday soon--it looks amazing!

  4. Giulia says:

    Hi Susan, if you are a wine lover you can't really miss it! You can find all info in the official website but if you need some help, do not hesitate to ask us. Thanks for your comment!

  5. [...] 45th edition of Vinitaly, the most important Italian wine festival, had taken place on April, from 7th to 11th. Italy has an [...]

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