4th International Sparkling Wine Festival 2022
Unique in Europe!
4. International Sparkling Wine Festival - postponed to 19 June 2022
Taste international top sparkling wine!
It is the most important for connoisseurs of international sparkling wine art: the International Sparkling Festival.
Exhibitors from about 12 countries present the multifaceted world of premium sparkling wine. From Champagne to Franciacorta and Trentodoc from Italy, Spain's sparkling wines, Crémants from France and Luxembourg, Sparklings from England and overseas such as South Africa and California to the top league of Austrian and German sparkling wines: the Sparkling Festival is a place to taste, discover and enjoy.
This concentration of premium sparkling wines is unique in Europe. As in every year, only sparkling wines in the traditional method are permitted, i.e. after second fermentation in the bottle. More than 350 visitors were enthusiastic about the huge variety of sparkling wines produced exclusively according to the "méthode traditionelle" in the last years.
All wineries are selected for the festival and represent an exclusive circle of the best sparkling wine houses.
The Sparkling Festival is open to both experts and consumers.
International Sparkling Wine Symposium - 20 June 2022
As an additional highlight for the professional world the International Sparkling Wine Symposium on the following day, 20.06.2022 at the University of Geisenheim, Germany, will offer a platform for the exchange of current technical contents.
In addition to the effects of climate change, lectures, discussion rounds and workshops will also focus on topics such as the impact of climate change on the environment: vineyard management, additives and organic farming. Experts from all over Europe will talk about the technological aspects of sparkling wine production and sustainability. The symposium is open only to experts (winegrowers, sommeliers, wine experts, etc.). Exhibitors receive a discount on their admission ticket to the symposium. It’s a cooperation with the university of Geisenheim.