International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show 2017 is here!

It is our pleasure to invite you to ‘International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show 2017’, a buyer’s only trade show, Workshop and educational conference happening in San Francisco, USA.

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What’s On at International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show 2017?

Networking: Great time for you to meet and greet with fellow industry professionals. The international Bulk Wine and Spirits Show is the most important trade fair in terms of business trade focusing on the global bulk wine and bulk spirits where buyers can connect with the industry’s top professionals.

Workshops: IBWSS Workshops are a new concept for bulk wine and bulk spirit importers, distributors, and private label wine manufacturers to get information and insights from experts in a highly-personalized workshop-style class.

Trade Show: International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show 2017 in San Francisco will give supermarkets, retailers, restaurants, wineries, distilleries and other buyers a premier international platform to source bulk wine and spirits and meet private label suppliers.

Conference: At the IBWSS Conference, you can learn from some of the most influential professionals in the beverage industry. These presentations from industry leaders on today’s preeminent ideas on marketing, sales and distribution will challenge and inspire you to grow your bulk wine, bulk spirits, and private labeling business.

IBWSS 2017 will be focused on the below points.

  • Trends That Are Shaping the Global Bulk Wine, Spirits and Private Label Market
  • 10 Points You Need to Include in Private Label, Bulk Wine and Spirits Distribution Agreements
  • How to Make Your Online Advertising Pay Off
  • From Plonk to Cult Wines, myths about the bulk wine industry busted
  • Factors You Must Include in Considering Buying Bulk Wine
  • How Current Grape Supply and Demand Affects You
  • How to Develop and Delivery Successful Bulk Wine Programs’
  • Consumers love bulk wine. Emerging techniques for navigating fine wine obstructions in the distribution channel’
  • How You Can Optimize Your Revenues by Selling Bulk and Private Label Spirits.
  • How to Start a Brand Without a Distillery
  • How Retailers and Restaurants Can Grow Their Private Label Brands
  • How to Present Your Private Label Services to Mega chains
  • The New Brand / Craft Phenomenon: An Even Better Future
  • How to Optimize Shipments of Bulk Wine and Spirits and Save
  • Roadmap for Connecting With Multicultural Consumers – Hispanic, African-America and Asian Households

WHO ARE THE VISITORS / BUYERS?

Wineries, distilleries, importers, distributors, retailers, national and regional chains, negociants, brokerage firms and press members.

WHY USA AND SAN FRANCISCO?

As the go-to shipping gateway on the Pacific seaboard and home to the majority of wineries in the USA, San Francisco is positioned perfectly for the fair. The city has long acted as the USA’s trading post between the northern and southern hemispheres.  With the launch of International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show, international bulk suppliers from some of the world’s most important markets will have unprecedented access to the US market.

WHERE AND WHEN

July 26-27, 2017 – South San Francisco Conference Centre

EVENT PRODUCER

International Bulk Wine and Spirits Competition is brought to you by Beverage Trade Network, the leading online platform dedicated to connecting the global beverage industry. Beverage Trade Network (BTN) successfully connects wineries, breweries, distilleries and brand owners with international importers, distributors, brokers and beverage industry professionals on a daily basis. Strong partnerships with international and US organizations have helped BTN establish IBWSS as a premiere sales and marketing event committed to connecting the private label and bulk beverage industry.

International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS) Visitor registrations are now open. Get Your Visitors Trade Pass Now.

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From Plonk to Cult Wines, myths about the bulk wine industry cleared

One of the biggest misconceptions about bulk wines is that they are “cheap” wines for the most part. While it is true that millions of gallons of inexpensive wines are traded in the bulk wine market most people are surprised to learn how many high-quality wines are traded from very desirable regions, and even single vineyards, like Bordeaux, the Napa Valley and choice areas of Australia and South America to name just a few. This session will clear all your myths about bulk wine and how wineries can leverage in this space.

About Tim Hanni:

Tim Hanni, one of the first two Americans to earn the title of Master of Wine. A professionally trained chef, and international consultant to the wine industry, Hanni is the author of “Why You Like the Wines You Like; Changing the way the world thinks about wine.”

This paradigm-changing book focuses on expanding wine enjoyment by understanding the factors that influence personal wine preferences while eliminating counter-productive myths and misinformation. The Wine and Spirits Education Trust in London has recently adopted, and now teaches, his principles of Flavor Balancing and pairing wines to the diner, not the dinner. Hailed by the Wall Street Journal as “The Wine Anti-Snob,” Tim is an innovator, researcher, renegade and a relentless crusader against wine snobbery.

At the heart of this crusade is a quest to find the fundamental elements that shape our taste preferences, and to understand, embrace, and cultivate the interest of all wine consumers, not just a select few. Hanni continues to research on understanding the physiology and neuroscience that determine consumer beverage preferences and buying behavior, engineered in cooperation with noted Cornell University researcher Dr. Virginia Utermohlen, MD.

His mission is to eliminate wine myths and misunderstandings so all wine consumers have a stronger voice and easier means to enjoy the wines they love.

About IBWSS Conference:

At the IBWSS Conference, you can learn from some of the most influential professionals in the beverage industry. These presentations from industry leaders on today’s preeminent ideas on marketing, sales and distribution will challenge and inspire you to grow your bulk wine, bulk spirits, and private labeling business. The conference will have TED-Style talks where speakers will give you insights into the strategies and standards that the industry’s top thinkers are using to shape the marketplace around you.

The International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show aims to give the bulk trade a truly dynamic trading platform where buyers can confidently conduct business with the world’s most reputable suppliers.

Event Producer: Beverage Trade Network

International Bulk Wine and Spirits Competition is brought to you by Beverage Trade Network, the leading online platform dedicated to connecting the global beverage industry. Beverage Trade Network (BTN) successfully connects wineries, breweries, distilleries and brand owners with international importers, distributors, brokers and beverage industry professionals on a daily basis. Strong partnerships with international and US organizations have helped BTN establish IBWSS as a premiere sales and marketing event committed to connecting the private label and bulk beverage industry.

Time & Venue :

San Francisco Conference Center, 255 S Airport Blvd, South San Francisco, California, on July 27, 2017, at 2:00 pm – 02:30 pm.

Grab your IBWSS Conference passes and learn more from Tim Hanni about from plonk to cult Wines, myths about the bulk wine industry cleared

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Consumers love bulk wine. Emerging techniques for navigating fine wine obstructions in the distribution channel

About Damien Wilson:

Damien Wilson was appointed in August 2015 as the inaugural Hamel Family Chair of Wine Business Education with SSU’s Wine Business Institute. Dr. Wilson arrived in California, on the back of 20 years of professional experience in the production, distribution, promotion, sales and service fields of the wine sector. His commercial experience facilitated the achievement of the first-ever Honors Degree in Wine Business with the University of Adelaide; being the second of his four degrees in the discipline of Wine Business.

He joins the Wine Business Institute from Burgundy’s School of Wine and Spirits Business, having established an almost decade-long European professorial career, which originated in Australia with the University of South Australia in 1999. Dr. Wilson’s research background started with the prestigious Wine Marketing Group, where he worked on a series of projects investigating wine tourism, wine consumer adoption patterns, purchasing motivations, and retailing strategies. The Wine Marketing Group client list included global organizations such as Pernod-Ricard and the Fosters group, through to regional associations and boutique wineries. His professional and research interests have realized an extensive list of trade, consumer and academic publications on crowdfunding, wine consumer behavior, tourism, and e-business.

Dr Wilson’s most recent trade publication in Meininger’s Wine International was the culmination of a month-long discussion creating more than 100,000 on-line impressions in the month of December. This article followed his most recent textbook chapter on e-business in the wine sector from the 2014 book on Wine Business Management. He has just accepted an invitation to Emcee one of the leading events in the alcoholic beverage sector in 2017.

About IBWSS Conference:

At the IBWSS Conference, you can learn from some of the most influential professionals in the beverage industry. These presentations from industry leaders on today’s preeminent ideas on marketing, sales and distribution will challenge and inspire you to grow your bulk wine, bulk spirits, and private labeling business. The conference will have TED-Style talks where speakers will give you insights into the strategies and standards that the industry’s top thinkers are using to shape the marketplace around you.

The International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show aims to give the bulk trade a truly dynamic trading platform where buyers can confidently conduct business with the world’s most reputable suppliers.

Event Producer: Beverage Trade Network

International Bulk Wine and Spirits Competition is brought to you by Beverage Trade Network, the leading online platform dedicated to connecting the global beverage industry. Beverage Trade Network (BTN) successfully connects wineries, breweries, distilleries and brand owners with international importers, distributors, brokers and beverage industry professionals on a daily basis. Strong partnerships with international and US organizations have helped BTN establish IBWSS as a premiere sales and marketing event committed to connecting the private label and bulk beverage industry.

Time & Venue :

San Francisco Conference Center, 255 S Airport Blvd, South San Francisco, California, on July 26, 2017, at 3:45 pm – 04:00 pm.

Grab your IBWSS Conference passes and learn more from Damien Wilson about Consumers love bulk wine. Emerging techniques for navigating fine wine obstructions in the distribution channel

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10 Points You Need To Include In Private Label, Bulk Wine and Spirits Distribution Agreements

 Donna H. Hartman, Esq

Donna Hartman talks about agreements for bulk wine and spirits from the perspective of both buyers and sellers. A MUST attend session if you plan on offering bulk products to importers, retailers, and distributors.

About Donna H. Hartman, Esq

Donna focuses her practice on the representation of companies in the alcoholic beverage industry. In her more than twenty years of experience, she has worked with numerous preeminent brands.

Her areas of expertise include corporate legal affairs, general corporate, commercial transactions, due diligence, acquisitions/dispositions, legal and regulatory compliance, employment law, and intellectual property management. Donna represents the Millstone Spirits Group LLC, a Pennsylvania-based craft distiller, The Connacht Whiskey Company Ltd., based in Ireland, as well as others in the industry.

Previously, Donna was Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary to Rémy Cointreau USA, Inc., a global industry leader of premium beverage alcohol products. Donna is also actively involved in the beverage alcohol industry, and has held various leadership posts at the National Association of Beverage Importers, Inc. (NABI) and the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States (DISCUS).

About IBWSS Conference:

At the IBWSS Conference, you can learn from some of the most influential professionals in the beverage industry. These presentations from industry leaders on today’s preeminent ideas on marketing, sales and distribution will challenge and inspire you to grow your bulk wine, bulk spirits, and private labeling business. The conference will have TED-Style talks where speakers will give you insights into the strategies and standards that the industry’s top thinkers are using to shape the marketplace around you.

The International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show aims to give the bulk trade a truly dynamic trading platform where buyers can confidently conduct business with the world’s most reputable suppliers.

Event Producer: Beverage Trade Network

International Bulk Wine and Spirits Competition is brought to you by Beverage Trade Network, the leading online platform dedicated to connecting the global beverage industry. Beverage Trade Network (BTN) successfully connects wineries, breweries, distilleries and brand owners with international importers, distributors, brokers and beverage industry professionals on a daily basis. Strong partnerships with international and US organizations have helped BTN establish IBWSS as a premiere sales and marketing event committed to connecting the private label and bulk beverage industry.

Time & Venue :

San Francisco Conference Center, 255 S Airport Blvd, South San Francisco, California, on July 26, 2017, at 9:30 am – 10:00 am.

Grab your IBWSS Conference passes and learn more from Donna H. Hartman, Esq about 10 points you need to include in private label, bulk wine and spirits distribution agreements.

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Trends That Are Shaping The Global Bulk Wine, Spirits and Private Label Market

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So where do you see bulk wine and bulk spirits going? which are the top markets importing bulk wine? who are the top sellers of bulk wine? where do we stand on private label market, is it growing in te USA? Get your questions answered when Brandy Rand shares her insights at the IBWSS Conference.

About Brandy Rand:

Brandy Rand is the Vice President of U.S. Marketing and Business Development for the International Wine & Spirits Research (IWSR). Brandy has over 15 years marketing and management experience in the beverage alcohol industry. She has worked on dozens of global brands for Allied Domecq Spirits & Wines and Bacardi USA, and has held strategic consulting roles with several emerging craft and innovation companies. With her knowledge of the beverage industry, she’s also known as an accomplished spirits educator and writer.

About IBWSS Conference:

At the IBWSS Conference, you can learn from some of the most influential professionals in the beverage industry. These presentations from industry leaders on today’s preeminent ideas on marketing, sales and distribution will challenge and inspire you to grow your bulk wine, bulk spirits, and private labeling business. The conference will have TED-Style talks where speakers will give you insights into the strategies and standards that the industry’s top thinkers are using to shape the marketplace around you.

The International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show aims to give the bulk trade a truly dynamic trading platform where buyers can confidently conduct business with the world’s most reputable suppliers.

Event Producer: Beverage Trade Network

International Bulk Wine and Spirits Competition is brought to you by Beverage Trade Network, the leading online platform dedicated to connecting the global beverage industry. Beverage Trade Network (BTN) successfully connects wineries, breweries, distilleries and brand owners with international importers, distributors, brokers and beverage industry professionals on a daily basis. Strong partnerships with international and US organizations have helped BTN establish IBWSS as a premiere sales and marketing event committed to connecting the private label and bulk beverage industry.

Time & Venue :

San Francisco Conference Center, 255 S Airport Blvd, South San Francisco, California, on July 26, 2017, at 9:10 am – 9:30 am.

Grab your IBWSS Conference passes and learn more from Brandy Rand about trends that are shaping the global bulk wine, spirits and private label market.

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Postmodern Winemaking

Postmodern Winemaking

Clark Smith is an MIT dropout who worked wine retail in the 70s. He has been making wine since 1976.  After two degrees from Davis and a decade of modern winemaking at R.H. Phillips, he realized that he made very tasty modern whites and terrible reds. He spent the 90s exploring French winemaking under Pascal Ribereau Gayon and Patrick Ducournau while also introducing winemaking innovations such as reverse osmosis, micro-oxygenation and barrel alternatives to the U.S.  In 2008 he sold Vinovation and took over the editorship of AppellationAmerica.com and published Postmodern Winemaking in 2013, Wine and Spirits magazine’s Book of the Year.  His Fundamentals of Modern Wine Chemistry, an enology degree in a weekend, has graduated 4,000 winemakers since 1986.  His principal interests today are to support the technical and marketing competence of wineries in emerging regions and to heal the bad marriage between winemakers and wine lovers by reestablishing a spirit of openness, authentic dialogue, and mutual respect.

About IBWSS Workshop:

IBWSS Workshops are a new concept for bulk wine and bulk spirit importers, distributors, and private label wine manufacturers to get information and insights from experts in a highly-personalized workshop-style class. There will be 6 workshops planned between two days. Get expert advice from people in the know. Some topics include ‘Postmodern Wine-Making’ by Clark Smith, ‘Bulk spirits – opportunities for adding value to a blank slate’ by Steve Burch, ‘They want what?? Practical responses to demands for Certificates of Analysis in International Trade’ by Gordon Burns and much more.

Time & Venue :

San Francisco Conference Center, 255 S Airport Blvd, South San Francisco, California, on July 26 at 12:00 pm – 01:00 pm.

Grab your IBWSS Workshop passes and learn more from Clark Smith about Postmodern Winemaking.

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Meet One of the Leading Wine Brokers from New Zealand at IBWSS 2017

Wine Brokers NZ began operation in November 2006 and is based in Marlborough, New Zealand. They understand that your business is market led and supply and cash flow are crucial elements to you and your business. They are here to make your life easier. Whether it be bulk wine, grape supply, or packaged product such as clean skins or labelled – they can make your sourcing and trading problems disappear. Professional, prompt, personable, no fuss service. They look forward to working with you.

Wine Brokers New Zealand is a bottled and bulk wine export and brokering company based in Marlborough, New Zealand’s major wine producing region. They also offer full wine making services. They pride themselves on their strong & direct relationships with wine makers & grape growers in the region and throughout the rest of New Zealand.

Services

Wine Brokers NZ deals in wine services and brokering services and base themselves in Marlborough, New Zealand’s major wine producing region. They  pride themselves on their strong & direct relationships with winemakers and grape growers in the region and throughout the rest of New Zealand. Their services encompass a variety of areas of the wine industry from sourcing of grapes through to exporting and shipping of bulk and packaged wines. Browse the options below for a comprehensive list of the services they can provide you. Please contact them if you wish to discuss in further detail how they may be able to help you.

They have a wide range of buyers, both local & international who have on going requirements for New Zealand grapes & bulk wines. If you are looking to sell to help with cash flows or to balance variations between production and current sales levels Wine Brokers NZ can quickly and easily place your products with qualified buyers taking the hassle out of moving surplus stock.

Own Label Services

Wine Sourcing:

Wine Brokers

Increasing the volumes or creating proprietary blends. They can source the wine for your label, blend it and prepare it for bottling or shipping in bulk.

Packaging:

Wine Brokers

Finding competitive supply lines. Bottling & packaging your wine into branded packaging at competitive rates.

Export & Shipment:

Wine Brokers

Wine Brokers NZ can arrange the logistics and paperwork to get your wine to the markets of your choice with the required documentation in a seamless and efficient manner.

Meet and Explore Wine Brokers NZ services at IBWS Show. The International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS) is an annual trade show and conference which will give wineries, importers, supermarkets, retailers, restaurants, distilleries and other buyers a premiere international platform to source bulk wine and spirits and meet private label suppliers. Book now and save on exhibitor rates 

International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS) Visitor registrations are now open. Get Your Visitors Trade Pass Now. 

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Top Five Tips for Bulk Wine Sales

From sample prepping and customer service to picking the right trade partners, successfully selling bulk wine on the spot market is a comprehensive business.  Specializing your services, marketing your product and building a long standing stales network are all part of your overall business plan, but how can you ensure you getting the best deal?

BTN interviews Steve Fredericks, CEO of Turrentine Brokerage, and has identified some best practices for getting the most out of your bulk wine for sale.

These five tips are applicable to companies that specialize in bulk production and sales to companies selling bulk wine on the spot market once every few years.

1. Think Customer Service.

Even in the bulk market, the party exchanging cash for product is a customer.  When you are just getting rid of excess inventory, buyers still need to feel they are working with a company that is professional and easy to deal with.  This may sound obvious, but few wineries apply marketing principles to wines for sale in bulk.   If you treat that bulk buyer like a real customer, pretty soon you’ll have more such customers bidding for your products, producing better prices and faster turnover.

2. Don’t Neglect It; Improve It.

Offer the best wine you possibly can.  Don’t just grab a sample from the tank.  Work with it, adjust the acid, enhance the color, clean it up, make it taste better, make it look better. Try to make lab blends that taste better than the components.  Consider sacrificing a little of your better wines in order to upgrade bulk lots.  This may be counter-intuitive, but the quality of the wine you offer in bulk will dramatically affect the quantity of dollars you get back.  Within this past year we have sold California appellation Cabernet Sauvignon for as low as $5 per gallon and as high as $10 per gallon.  We have sold Napa Valley Cabernet as high as $50 per gallon and as low as $20.  It pays to present the best blends possible.

3. Get the Wine Ready First.

There are early buyers most years and it is good to get your wines ready quickly for these buyers.  Even more importantly, never send out a sample of a wine you would not be willing to purchase yourself.  While sellers diminish defects in their own minds, buyers magnify them. Remember that the winemaker on the other end is – justifiably – suspicious.  He does not want to purchase someone else’s problem.  If one of his own wines should exhibit a little H2S, for example, he is not concerned. He knows the history of his wine and is confident it will clean up.  But if a bulk sample shows the same amount of H2S, he wonders whether someone else has already tried – and failed to clean up the wine. In fact, that might be the reason the seller is trying to offload what is otherwise a pretty good wine.  He may end up purchasing another wine he does not like as well, in other respects, but which seems safer.  The bottom line is: make extra efforts to be sure your wine is showing well – even to a suspicious buyer – before you send out that sample.

4. Prepare Samples that Sell.

It is a shame to lose a sale just because of a bad sample, but it happens all the time.  Some knowledgeable and responsible person must make sure that the sample is properly drawn and accurately represents the wine.  The sample should be clearly labeled with all of the relevant information (percentage varietal, vintage and appellation, gallons available, how stored, tank and lot number, asking price, broker information, date sample drawn, and analysis if available – Alcohol, Total Acid, pH and VA).  Samples should be sent quickly, when requested.  If the sample is going directly to a potential buyer, inform your brokers or any other partners by e-mail or phone as soon as the sample has been sent to facilitate fast, efficient follow-up.

5. Pick the Best Partners.

Finally, the most important element of selling wines in bulk is picking the right partners.  You must pick the right broker to present your wines, mediate any questions or problems and negotiate and document a sale.  If you are offering high quality wines, you will want to have a broker known for selling high premium bulk. It’s also important to ensure the partners you choose will be able to help you plan for profit around wine business cycles.

Tim HanniThis article is contributed by Steve Fredericks, CEO of Turrentine Brokerage. Steve Fredricks joined Turrentine Brokerage in 1991 as a bulk wine broker. Over the years he has established himself as an expert in the sales of bulk wine and grapes, understanding market cycles, and building long term relationships.

Meet Steve Fredericks at IBWSS Conference to learn and explore on buying bulk wine and how its works.

Get your visitor trade pass at super early bird pricing and join the industry at International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show in San Francisco. Meet more than 80 exhibitors from all over the world offering private label, bulk wine, bulk spirits and contract winemaking services. (Register online) to save and avoid gate ticketing fee)

International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS) Visitor registrations are now open. Get Your Visitors Trade Pass Now. 

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IBWSS Super Early Bird Visitor Registration Now Open

The International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS) is an annual trade show and conference, open to trade professionals only, which takes place in San Francisco, CA. The event is dedicated to the business of bulk wine, bulk spirits, private label and contract bottling business. Join the biggest gathering of bulk wine, bulk spirits, contract bottling and private label business professionals.

WHO ARE THE VISITORS / BUYERS?
IBWSS visitors are buyers looking to meet up their demand of bulk wines, bulk spirits, private label programs, grape buying or contract manufacturing.Wineries, distilleries, importers, distributors, retailers, national and regional chains, negociants, brokerage firms and press members.

WHERE AND WHEN
July 26-27, 2017 – South San Francisco Conference Center (11am to 6pm)

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PRICING FOR VISITOR REGISTRATION:
Super Early Bird: $25 (Ends Oct 30,2016)
Early Bird: $35 (Ends March 30, 2017)
Regular: $55 (From April 2017)

Super Early Bird Visitors will get special discount codes for IBWSS conference and workshops.

CANCELLATION  / REFUND POLICY
Full refund if you cancel before May 30, 2017. No refund from June 1, 2017

EVENT PRODUCER
International Bulk Wine and Spirits Competition is brought to you by Beverage Trade Network, the leading online platform dedicated to connecting the global beverage industry. Beverage Trade Network (BTN) successfully connects wineries, breweries, distilleries and brand owners with international importers, distributors, brokers and beverage industry professionals on a daily basis. Strong partnerships with international and US organizations have helped BTN establish IBWSS as a premiere sales and marketing event committed to connecting the private label and bulk beverage industry.

Get your visitor trade pass at super early bird pricing and join the industry at International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show in San Francisco. Meet more than 80 exhibitors from all over the world offering private label, bulk wine, bulk spirits and contract winemaking services. (Register online) to save and avoid gate ticketing fee)

International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS) Visitor registrations are now open. Get Your Visitors Trade Pass Now. 

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Hours Left To Become an Exhibitor at Early Bird Rates – IBWS Show 2017

IBWSS International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS) is the only event dedicated to the business of bulk wine, bulk spirits, private label and contract bottling business. Join the biggest gathering of bulk wine, bulk spirits, contract bottling and private label business professionals.

50% Exhibitor spots are already sold out. Reserve your spot today with early bird pricing (ends in 48 hours) and join the biggest event for bulk wine, bulk spirits and private label business in USA. Reserve here and grow your bulk wineEarly bird pricing ends in 48 hours. Save $400 on exhibitor fee and 1 complimentary conference ticket valued at $600. Total Savings of $1000. Prices go up from October 1.

IBWSS will give supermarkets, retailers, restaurants, wineries, distilleries and other buyers a premiere international platform to source bulk wine and spirits and meet private label suppliers.

In addition to a wide range of programs running throughout the fair, the trade show will also feature a business conference dedicated to the private label and bulk wine and spirit business. With in-depth market studies and instructional seminars from some of the industry’s biggest names, the central part of the conference’s remit is to encourage sustainable growth and profitability in the bulk wine and spirit sector.

IBWSS exhibitors are wineries and distilleries looking to sell bulk wine and spirits, producers and negociants who offer contract manufacturing or private label programs, and wineries, distilleries and importers who have one-time excess stock to clear.

IBWSS buyers are wineries and distilleries looking to meet their demand, importers, retailers and distributors looking for private label programs, and negociants who are looking to meet new growers and producers.

If you are a winery looking to grow contract wine manufacturing or private label wine services, we encourage you to exhibit at IBWSS and join the largest gathering of private label wine professionals in the USA.

International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS) Visitor registrations are now open. Get Your Visitors Trade Pass Now. 

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