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Wine Paris & Vinexpo Paris

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This year, the event asserted itself not only as an essential business hub but also as an influential platform, strengthening its predominant role in global business and political spheres.

With an expanded participation of 4,074 exhibitors, including 53% more international exhibitors from 48 producer countries, the trade show demonstrated its growing appeal and international scope. The 41,253 visitors, including a 14% increase compared to the previous year, with 41% international visitors from 137 countries, testify to the event’s global reach and growing influence. The top 5 nations represented after France include Italy, Belgium, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Germany.

The opening ceremony was marked by speeches from the Minister of Agriculture and Food Sovereignty, Marc Fesneau, and the Minister Delegate for Public Accounts, Thomas Cazenave. The collaborative tone of the opening speeches, with the contribution of Rodolphe Lameyse, CEO of Vinexposium, reinforced the event’s role as a strategic platform for the sector to speak with one voice, share ideas, and address current challenges while aiming for a sustainable future.

The ON! and OFF, increased excitement

The ON! program was enriched to stimulate exchanges and nourish the sector, with 126 sessions featured in the official program alongside speeches organized at exhibitors’ stands. The OFF, which offered a selection of 200 restaurants and bars in the capital, encouraged continued exchanges after dark in a friendly atmosphere.


Be Spirits, a growing offer

In 2024, Be Spirits expanded further with 26 exhibiting producer countries, 47% more space compared to the 2023 edition, and nearly 200 exhibitors, including 54% new exhibitors. Alongside the numerous French participants, the international presence significantly increased with +92% international exhibitors.

The hall dedicated to spirits, no/low, beers, and ciders brought together buyers and mixologists from around the world. The lively program of debates and masterclasses to decipher markets, discover the most revolutionary products, and collectively address the business challenges of tomorrow was a hit.

Until the next Wine Paris & Vinexpo Paris from February 10 to 12, 2025, the industry is invited to Hong Kong from May 28 to 30 at Vinexpo Asia, New York on June 24 and 25 at Vinexpo America, Mumbai on September 16 and 17 at Vinexpo India, and Amsterdam on November 25 and 26 at the World Bulk Wine Exhibition (WBWE).


During the Vinexpo Challenge, Aris Allouche, director of SommelierS International, won 3rd place in the blind tasting competition. Congratulations to him!