The leading international festival celebrating rosé wine
After a 2018 edition that achieved over 600 targeted meetings between producers and international buyers, scrupulously selected for the occasion, the Pink Rosé Festival gives rosé wines pride of place on 7 & 8 February 2019 and offers personalized and targeted meetings with importers from the world over. A modern and dynamic concept given a new twist, this trade fair thus brings together a wide international community of wine professionals, all of whom are passionate about their trade. These targeted meetings – each lasting 30 minutes – with buyers developing in the geographical area or producers wishing to grow their businesses are organized upstream by the festival team.
Pink Rosé Festival Awards
A high spot of the event, the Pink Rosé Festival Awards celebrates the combination of a rosé wine and a specific dish. Chefs from the 5* hotels on La Croisette will create the dishes for the occasion and the jury, comprising wine experts and professionals, will blind taste the rosé wines that will be accompanied by the dish selected by the producer.
Masterclass, Tasting Zone and Networking
Also on the programme: tasting sessions coordinated by expert sommeliers for buyers and self-service tasting for visitors of rosé wines from all the producers present, not to mention several periods of free networking.
A business meeting dedicated to rosé wines that break out the bubbly!
“Rosé, non-dosé, champagne, sparkling, traditional… every type of sparkling wine will be at the party” announced the Pink Rosé Festival for its third edition. Looking more like a professional festival than a traditional trade fair because of its size (around forty exhibitors) and its approach (targeted meetings with international buyers), the event also meets the requests made by international buyers of sparkling wines. An area will therefore be dedicated to sparkling rosé wines. Another new item requested by visitors, visits to estates in Provence will be organized to link the festival to the neighbouring rosé vineyards. Exhibitors can thus welcome visitors after the event.