Trade tasting along with Bocuse d’Or
Agricultural Marketing Centre (AMC), the official agency responsible for Hungarian wine marketing towards export markets has conducted several online and virtual trade tastings throughout Europe from Lithuania to the United Kingdom. An online series of Export Academy was also carried on aiming to endorse Hungarian wineries with more information about the complicated procedure of establishing export markets. This March AMC takes a huge step further organizing the first Hungarian Wine Summit. Wine professionals of Europe will have a perfect opportunity to get acquainted with Hungarian wines in a trade tasting at Hungexpo Exhibition Centre.
Trade members are welcome
The 3-day exhibition will feature selected wineries from all over the country. Importers, distributors, sommeliers and wine writers will have the chance to taste wines from a wide range of wineries, who were selected according to strict criteria:
– Size do not matter, both larger and smaller wineries can introduce the wines, in case the quality of the wines meet the international standards.
– “Help the ones who deserve it” – AMC aims to give opportunity to wineries, which can add significant work, passion and stamina. The trade fair is only the first step, therefore the exhibition showcases wineries, which definitely have the potential, the human resource and the wit to go further.
Trade members are welcome, entrance is free for them, however prior registration is a must. Professionals should fill in the registration form here to get a pass to enter the fair.
Wine & gastronomy: side by side with the ‘Chef Olympic Games’
Bocuse d’Or is the most famous, the most prestigious competition for chefs, no wonder, Hungary is proud to host Bocuse d’Or European final again. Hungarian fine dining scene has undergone serious improvement, just to mention one amazing record: Budapest boasts the most Michelin stars among the former Eastern Bloc countries. Hungary has some outstanding results from the previous Bocuse D’Or contests as well: Tamás Széll won the European final in 2016.
Hungarian Wine Summit and Bocuse d’Or European final will take place with SIRHA, the largest Central-Eastern European gastronomy and HoReCa trade fair.