Hot! Borsa Vini Italani Returns for its 3rd edition while showcasing a wide range of the finest Italian wines!

Borsa Vini 2022

CONTENT: Yiew Kai Jie

Following the success of its 2nd edition of Borsa Vini Italiani, the one-day trade exhibition will return to Singapore for its 3rd edition this November, bringing together a new selection of spectacular Italian wines that will sure to impress local wine buyers, connoisseurs and sommeliers. This year it will be organized by the Italian Trade Agency (ITA) and held within the framework of the Italian Cuisine Week, a special initiative presented by the Embassy of Italy, in collaboration with ITA and other Italian institutional partners in November.

Leading up to this year’s edition, ITA will be organising various initiatives for 2022 in close coordination and collaboration with the Embassy of Italy in Singapore. On one spectrum, ITA will explore several new innovative sectors such as fintech, smartmobility, agritech, renewables energy, together with a dedicated acceleration programme for Italian startups to be hosted in Singapore. On the other, ITA will continue to promote Italy’s excellences in the traditional sectors, such as design, furniture, jewellery, luxury, food and beverage (F&B), as well as to drive awareness and appreciation for wines from the North, centre and South of Italy.

Borsa Vini 2022

Aside from Borsa Vini 2022, ITA will be participating in the Food&HotelAsia (FHA) on 5-8 September 2022 to showcase the best of Italian food in South East Asia. Attendees can look forward to live cooking demonstrations with Italian chefs, masterclasses, specific talks on sustainable and innovative food and the promotion of Italian products displayed throughout the event. Within the FHA exhibition, ITA will also be present with a pavilion at Prowine, an exhibition on wine which saw the participation of 270 wine makers from 33 different countries in the previous edition.

“In the last few years Singaporeans enjoy more and more Italian food and wine. Our F&B exports to Singapore grew by over 15% in 2021, and they’re still going up. We’re very happy to see that it’s our wines who have been the drivers of this growth, because our wines tell us much more than the story of their distinctive taste and high quality. Our wines embody the spirit of our territory, the variety of our regions, and the roots of our millenary history. For many of our Singaporean friends, to enjoy a glass of Italian wine is to finally travel back to the Italian landscapes that they know so well. Through the Borsa Vini event we will bring together a fine selection of wineries and of Singaporean importers, with seminars by professional sommeliers to make sure that culture and taste continue to thrive in Singapore, truly one of the food Capitals of the world.” said Mario Andrea Vattani, H.E Ambassador of Italy to Singapore.

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