Vinexpo New York 2018 05 - 06 Mar 2018
Jacob K. Javits Center – 655 W. 34th Street, New York NY 10001
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Stands 1408 & 1509

After an absence of more than 10 years, Vinexpo returned to New York City in 2018. More than 3,000 trade and media attended the event on 5 and 6 March 2018 at the Jacob K. Javits Center.

The two-day wine trade fair featured more than 400 wine producers, with each day offering masterclasses, panel discussions and industry networking spaces for attendees.

Over 30 Australian wineries from 20 regions showcased their exceptional wine at Wine Australia's two pavilions. 

Attendees had the opportunity to:

  • discover new varieties and styles, meet the people behind the wines and learn about current trends,
  • taste dozens of Australian wines from all over the country that have been rated 90 points or higher by Wine Spectator at the dedicated Tasting Bar, and
  • participate in one of two masterclasses that feature some of the most exciting traditional and emerging wines, producers and regions.

Explore the history and evolution of Australian wine

Prior to Vinexpo New York 2018, Chef Eric Ripert from Le Bernadin, sommelier Joo Lee from Eleven Madison Park and Momofuku's Richard Hargreave shared what excites them about Australian wine.

New initiatives – $50m Export and Regional Wine Support Package

With the support of the $50m Package, Wine Australia invested $350,000 in Vinexpo New York which, together with the $60,000 sector contribution, enabled a strong Australian wine presence at the trade fair. Activities included an Australian Pavilion to support winery and importer engagement, master classes, peripheral events and education programs that engaged consumers and key trade and raised the profile of Australian wine. More information about the event will be published as it becomes available.     

The $360,000 investment forms part of approximately $3.7 million that Wine Australia is investing in the USA market in 2017–18 to engage and motivate the wine trade to support the Australian fine wine category.

> Learn more about the $50m Package

Winery participation

Registrations for the event opened in June 2017. Wine Australia called for expressions of interest from wine exporters to participate in the event in September 2017 via its marketing newsletters. The Wine Australia Americas team called for expressions of interest from US wine importers to participate in the event in September 2017. 

 For advice on future event opportunities, contact usa@wineaustralia.com

Wine Australia master classes

Program
10.30-11.45am Barossa: Rare and Distinguished
Barossa: Rare and Distinguished
When
Monday, 10.30-11.45am
Presented by
Mark Davidson, Wine Australia.

Featuring some of Australia’s most legendary wines showcasing the region’s 170-year history.

Where: Special Events Hall 1D

12.00-1.15pm Coast to Coast: Cabernet Sauvignon Terroirs of Australia
Coast to Coast: Cabernet Sauvignon Terroirs of Australia
When
Tuesday, 12.00-1.15pm
Presented by
Mark Davidson, Wine Australia.

This seminar dives deeply into Australian Cabernet Sauvignon from regions, terroirs and producers across the country.

Where: River Pavilion

 

Participating wineries

  • Agnew Wines
  • Alpha Box & Dice
  • Alpha Crucis
  • Angove Family Winemakers
  • Apogee Tasmania
  • Brothers in Arms
  • Chapel Hill
  • Chateau Tanunda
  • Cranswick Wines
  • Cullen
  • Dalrymple
  • d'Arenberg
  • Evans & Tate
  • Giant Steps
  • Grosset
  • Handpicked Wines
  • Helen & Joey Estate
  • Henry's Drive
  • Hentley Farm
  • Hickinbotham Clarendon Vineyard
  • Innocent Bystander
  • Jacob's Creek
  • Jansz Tasmania
  • Jasper Hill
  • Jim Barry
  • John Duval Wines
  • Josef Chromy
  • Killibinbin
  • Kingston Estate
  • Kooyong
  • Lambert Estate Wines
  • Langmeil
  • Leeuwin Estate
  • Lou Miranda Estate
  • Mac Forbes
  • McWilliam's Wines
  • Moorooduc Estate
  • Moss Wood
  • Mount Langi Ghiran
  • Ninth Island
  • Penfolds
  • Penley Estate
  • Peter Lehmann
  • Pewsey Vale
  • Pipers Brook
  • Plan B!
  • Robert Oatley Vineyards
  • Schild Estate
  • St Hugo
  • Syrahmi
  • Torbreck Vintners
  • Vasse Felix
  • Wakefield Wines
  • Wirra Wirra
  • Xanadu
  • Yalumba
  • Yangarra Estate Vineyard
  • Yering Station
  • Yeringberg


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