Notwithstanding the pandemic, The Wine and Spirit Virtual Fair (WSVF), steams ahead bringing together a complete chain of experts from across the globe. Organisers UMP Raflatac, Finland and YG Branding and Design, Argentina have successfully put together yet another edition of what is a completely digital event.

The global conference specialises in sustainable packaging and design for the wine and spirits industry and brings together leading companies that will drive the change towards sustainable development goals. A timely need of the hour.

The 2021 edition has International Wineries for Climate Action (IWCA), Xeikon and Moondesk leading the show.

Packaging, innovation, technology and sustainability are the main topics of WSVF 2021. The show takes place virtually from June 8 to 11, with leading companies and speakers of the wine and spirits industry presenting from across the world.

WSVF provides a renewed platform dedicated to networking that enables participants to access the chain of the industry. Four days compact with webinars, conferences, training, debate panels and interviews with people equipped with knowledge of the latest products, technologies, labels, businesses and trends of the sector.

From India, Nikhil Agarwal, sommelier and founder of All Things Nice, will be speaking on trends in India and will provide insights on navigating the India system. Other speakers include Carlos Trad – Google, Adam Peek – Fortis Solutions, Margareth Henrique – Krug, Champagne, among others.

The WSVF edition provides a space to visit stands, meet clients and close deals, and go deeper into topics such as the future of the packaging industry, consumer demands, post-Covid markets, positive impact brands, losses for non-quality processes and the technology that comes to support the growth of the industry.

“We are happy to be associated with WSVF and represent future India has to offer in the wine and spirits industry. The more brands are aware of our market, the more potential we present,” said Nikhil Agarwal.

The target audience of this event is quite broad and involves the whole value chain of the wine and spirits industry and promises to be of significant global impact. The fair is committed to the Sustainable Development Goals promoted by the United Nations