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22/09/2017 | The 2nd edition of International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show held in San Francisco USA is 60% booked already indicating the increasing importance of the private label, bulk, and contract bottling market.
21/09/2017 | An all-star lineup of speakers is headed to the first-ever International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show (IBWSS) in February 2018.
11/09/2017 | To be a real success a wine brand has to be bought by consumers, be it on a supermarket shelf or a restaurant wine list.
03/09/2017 | The International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show will return to London in February for trade professionals to source private and commercial suppliers.
21/08/2017 | The weather has once again taken its toll on a number of the major wine producing countries in the Southern Hemisphere.
18/08/2017 | International Bulk Wine & Spirits Show (IBWSS) in London on 26 & 27 February 2018 gives bulk wine & spirits buyers and private label seekers from around the world a unique hands-on opportunity to learn how they can leverage this trend to grow their business and become more profitable.
16/08/2017 | The IBWSS UK changes the date of the event to 26 & 27 February 2018.
08/08/2017 | The EU is a key region for the global wine industry, accounting for around 65% of production, 57% of consumption and approximately 70% of wine exports.
06/08/2017 | The International Bulk Wine and Spirits Show was the first-ever bulk and private label wine and spirits event in San Francisco, California
03/08/2017 | We are pleased to invite your winery to participate in our upcoming 1st Annual Asia International Wine Competition to be held in the Fall of 2017.
Bevroute interviews Bowler Wines, a boutique importer in New York City about how they design their portfolio for profit in a highly competitive environment.
South African wines are gaining a foothold in Europe, primarily based on their growing reputation for quality and relatively affordable prices.
For most wineries, the decision to enter the bulk wine market is serendipitous rather than planned.