Co-located SIAL India, Vinexpo shows in Delhi from 9 to 12 December
by EVENTFAQS Bureau Industry Watch | November 18, 2021 | News
SIAL India Vinexpo
Food innovation exhibition SIAL India and global wine exhibition Vinexpo will be co-located in New Delhi from 9 to 11 December 2021. The show, which is billed as one-of-its-first-kind in India in the B2B space, is jointly organised by InterAds Exhibitions, Comexposium and Vinexposium. The two leading shows have been brought together to amplify the synergy between wine, beverages and food.
The event will showcase wine and spirits, with 20 to 30 international wine producers alongside a similar number of Indian producers.
The last edition of SIAL India had witnessed over 300 exhibitors from 32 countries with over 8,000 trade visitors.
Rodolphe Lameyse, CEO, Vinexposium, said, “To be one of the top business brands dedicated to wine and spirits we need to open doors to new territories; and being a pioneer in India is an important step for Vinexposium. We believe India is the next big thing and I am very much thrilled by the prospects of launching Vinexpo India, it is an important milestone for the future.”
Adeline Vancauwelaert, SIAL Paris, SIAL India & All4pack Event Director at Comexposium, said, “I am glad that SIAL and Vinexposium are joining forces in India. This partnership will enlarge our international footprint within India and better serve our communities. Having food and wine together will provide a larger offer to all the buyers.”
Rajan Sharma, MD, Inter Ads Exhibitions, said, “This is the first time that SIAL is bringing Vinexposium’s live show format to the country. After the success of SIAL, we thought this was the right time to add a new layer to the show. After a year of uncertainty, we are excited to announce a leading new international exhibition in India.”
The show will also host a programme of masterclasses and tastings for the public. Throughout the three days, there will also be interactive activities including live cooking by chefs, hosted buyer meetings, conferences, award shows and a ‘Vinexpo Challenge’.
SIAL India 2021 aims to bring over 400 exhibitors and 10,000 visitors from 40 countries under one roof making it bigger than its previous edition.
SIAL India targets 400 exhibitors and 10,000 visitors from 40 countries making it bigger than its previous edition; 50 Indian and international wine and spirits makers to be on the show floor.