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Moldovan wines actively promoted on new markets

Moldovan wines actively promoted on new markets; in November, they will be widely represented at exhibitions in Poland, Japan and the Netherlands.

The National Vine and Wine Office (NBVV) reported this noting that, in particular, from November 4 to 6, the Moldovan wine will be presented at the Gala Magazyn Wino event in Warsaw. On the joint stand under the wine brand of the country “Wine of Moldova. Living Legend “will present their products 10 wineries: Chateau Vartely, Bostavan Winery, Vinăria din Vale, Fautor, Cricova, Vinuri de Comrat, Albăstrele Wines, DK Intertrade, Suvorov Vin, Sălcuța.

During the eighth exhibition Vinexpo Tokyo in Japan (November 15-16), will present their products 8 local wineries: Chateau Vartely, Asconi, Purcari, Suvorov Vin, Vinăria din Vale, Castel Mimi, Albăstrele Wines și Migdal P. At the event, the famous wine expert Makoto Endo will conduct a master class and will present the Moldovan wine.

As noted in the NBVV, the Japanese market of wines and alcoholic beverages is one of the most dynamic in the Asia-Pacific region: over 5 years, the wine imports increased by about 70%. According to the statistics, over 9 months of this year Japan exported 89,475 liters of wine, and the companyCimișlia, Asconi, Chateau Vartely, Gitana, Et Cetera, Crama Domnească, Minis Terrios, Bostavan Winery occupied an important niche in the Japanese market.

During the bulk wines exhibition World Bulk Wine Exhibition (Amsterdam, November 21-22) the wine from Moldova will be awarded a new prize – Voice of Wine for the efforts of the winemakers, wineries and authorities to promote the filling of wine, for the ability to adapt to the needs of the international market and for the quality of the wines. Currently, more than 85% of all global transactions with bulk wines is carried out at the exhibition in Amsterdam.

Also, the third consecutive year, the Moldovan wine is present at the Good Wine exhibition in Romania. The 18th edition of the event, under a single national brand “Wine of Moldova. Living Legend” will be attended by 12 major wineries (Garling, Chateau Vartely, Vinăria Țiganca, Dionis Club, Fautor, Doina Vin, Corten Vin, Vinăria din Vale, Migdal-P, Basavin&Co, Vinăria Bostavan, Castel MIMI) and 5 small producers (Pelican Negru, Equinox, Minis terios, Et cetera, Timbrus, Mezalimpe) from Moldova. Romania – a market with an annual growth of 50 per cent of Moldovan wine consumption.

As noted in the NBVV, the second consecutive year, many Moldovan wineries participated at the Food Fair exhibition (October 27-29, Tallinn). The participation of Moldovan wines in the exhibition was held with the support of the Moldovan Embassy in Estonia, as well as the German Agency for International Cooperation. On the Wine of Moldova joint stand, alongside with 5 wine producers (Tomai Vinex, Wine International Project, Et Cetera, Vinăria Bostavan and Asconi), were also a few producers of fruits and honey.

After last year’s victory when Moldovan wine received a gold and a silver medal at the Asia Wine Trophy exhibition, held in the frame Daejeon International Wine & Spirits Fair, this autumn our wine again went to South Korea for the exhibition (October 28-30). Firstly the Moldovan wine was represented on the general stand that united 10 manufacturers – Cricova, Asconi, Vindicum, Carpe Diem, Castel MIMI, Maurt, Vinăria din Vale, Chateau Vartely, Minis Terrios, Timbrus.

In NBVV stress that, thanks to the participation in important events of the wine industry, Moldova’s wine is becoming more recognized and popular on the new markets. Director of the National Vine and Wine Office Gheorghe Arpentin said that the wine from Moldova is becoming more recognized and popular in various foreign markets, thanks to the efforts and the actions envisaged by the marketing strategy, successfully implemented by NBVV. According to him, the presence of these international exhibitions is a conscious step taken for the expansion on the strategic markets with enormous potential for the Moldovan wine industry.