WINE IN AZORES is the largest business event in the Azores. It is a wine festival, with a strong gastronomic component. The concept "BUSINESS & PLEASURE" shows the great concern with the commercial/promotional part of the products present in the fair. Terceira Island is designated by many as the great amusement park of the Azores. It is an extremely friendly and fun people that lives from the party and for the party. From the Bailinhos de Carnaval, the São Joaninhas, the bullfights, etc. The world heritage city gives the feeling of living in the Bairro Alto but all recovered to the smallest detail. The city is beautiful, better is ....GORGEOUS.
500 + VAT (16%) until March 15th 550€ + VAT (16%) until April 15th The organization accepts numerous forms of payment, including payment by post-dated check for April 1, 2023. Thus, exhibitors have every advantage in registering as soon as possible. Registration allows you to choose your place among those available at the time of registration.
The event will run from April 28 to April 30, 2023.
The event will run from 4pm to 10pm on Friday in the wine zone. On Saturday and Sunday, the hours of the wine area will be from 3:00 PM to 9:00 PM. The remaining areas will operate with entertainment until there are customers. The box office will close at midnight.
The deadline for your registration is March 1st. In extraordinary cases, please contact the organization.
Stands will be set up on April 27 from 9am to 4pm and on April 28 from 9am to 1pm.
The dismantling of the stands will be on April 30 from 9 pm to midnight, and on May 1 from 9 am to 1 pm.
With your registration, the exhibitor will be entitled to be included in the list of participants and have your logo inserted in the Official Site, along with four passes.
Yes, you are fully entitled to reserve your space after payment of your registration. However, the final location may be subject to minor adjustments.
The organization has an official freight forwarder "BENTRANS" to transport the wines to the Azores, placing them at the event the day before.
The decoration of the stands, as well as the event space, is the organization's responsibility. Each stand includes: 2 tables with shackle (1.60mx0.70m), two chairs, and trash bucket. One table in front and another behind to be used as a display stand. All this material belongs to the organization and must be handed in to the organization after use. If you do not do so, the cost of the same will be charged to the respective companies. We have a frapê, spittoon and a set of 2 cups that will be delivered against a deposit of 30€. The exhibitor should send the organizer four logos size A4 or 25x25 cm, whichever is best, to put your logo on advertising panels at the event site. These logos will start to be placed in February.
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Niepoort (Vinhos) SA
José Maria da Fonseca Distribuição
LA FERRAZ LDA
Anselmo Mendes Vinhos Lda
Quinta Nova de Nossa Senhora do Carmo, SA
Casa Relvas, Lda
Sociedade Agrícola Encosta do Guadiana, Lda.
Fundação Eugénio de Almeida
Adega Cooperativa Vidigueira, Cuba & Alvito C.R.L.
JMV - José Maria Vieira, S.A.
Sociedade Vinícola de Palmela
Azores Wine Company
Cooperativa Vitivinícola da Ilha do Pico (CVIP) - Picowines, CRL
Lua Cheia Saven
"Showcooking" is the art of live cooking and an interactive "show" between chefs and the public. The chefs who have already confirmed are the following:
Chef of the kitchen of M`AR de AR Hotels.View website
Its centrality with the Atlantic, the excellent infrastructures and the natural characteristics of the territory, with a population density above the national average, Angra is currently the place where it is worth investing.
In several moments of Portugal’s History, Angra do Heroísmo had a decisive and important role, both in the Discoveries and in the Recovery of the country’s Independence, becoming one of the most important Portuguese ports. It is also the capital of the Diocese of the Azores.
Associated with the Discoveries during the 15th and 16th centuries, Angra do Heroísmo is an example of the creation of a city intimately linked to its maritime function, having been an obligatory port of call for the fleets from Africa and the Indies. In 1983, UNESCO classified it as a World Heritage Site. Characterized by the grid of streets, an expression of the new world brought by the Renaissance and that the Discoveries fixed in Angra, Atlantic city born for trade and navigation. It has a history told by its monuments, by the art treasures it has kept for centuries.