Sparkling Wine Forum


Press releases and general information on the event.

Sparkling Wine Forum 2024: 

the program of the 2nd edition unveiled and enriched for Italy

The 2nd edition of the international symposium Sparkling Wine Forum, organized by the Champagne company EFFEVENT, will take place in Brescia (near Milan, Italy) on June 17 and 18, 2024. This annual event, held under the patronage of the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV), brings together leading researchers from the main sparkling wine-producing countries as well as companies in the sector around conferences and technical masterclasses to promote the latest innovations and propose new solutions to tomorrow's challenges:
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The first Sparkling Wine Forum 2023 edition, was a success

The organizers EFFEVENT and their Italian partner VINIDEA take stock of the first Sparkling Wine Forum (an event under the patronage of the OIV – International Organisation of Vine and Wine) held at the Village by CA in Reims-Bezannes on the 20th of June 2023.
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Effervescence at the Sparkling Wine Forum

A dense day between innovations and reflections for this first edition around the question of global warming for sparkling wines. Champagne, Crémant, Prosecco, etc. Effervescents are on the rise, but don’t forget global warming.
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Effevent and Vinidea announces high-level programming for first "Sparkling Wine Forum" on June 20, 2023

In the heart of Champagne, in a key location dedicated to innovation such as the Village by CA in Reims-Bezannes, the first edition of “Sparkling Wine Forum” will take place on June 20, 2023. This new event aims to act as a link between the research and development and innovation sectors at all levels of the sparkling wine value chain.
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"Sparkling Wine Forum" : an event dedicated to innovation in the sparkling wine production chain

This year’s event will focus on the global theme “How can sparkling wines cope with climate change?” and will feature several lectures and targeted presentations by researchers from Champagne and other sparkling wine vineyards in France and abroad.
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