The Gorchakov Fund became a partner of an international conference on the sidelines of the 3rd Black Sea Winemaking Forum.

30 June 2016

On June 30, the 3rd Black Sea Winemaking Forum, held by non-profit foundation the Eurasian Political Studies Network under the patronage of the International Organization for Vine and Wine, is opening in Sochi. The Forum will focus on international and national consumer trends and innovative marketing strategies as well as international cooperation and new trends in development of ethnotourism.

 

International conference “Development of Regional Mechanisms of International Cooperation in the Vinicultural and Winemaking Sector in the Black Sea Region” will be held on the sidelines of Black Sea Winemaking Forum. The Gorchakov Fund has become a title partner of the event.

 

Over 300 representatives of businesses, associations, international and national winemaking organizations from 20 countries (Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Ukraine, Turkey, Bulgaria, Romania, Moldavia, Serbia, Abkhazia, South Ossetia, Tunisia, Hungary, Chili, Spain, Italy and France) will take part in the 3rd Black Sea Winemaking Forum.


A delegation of the International Organization for Vine and Wine (OIV) headed by Director General Jean-Marie Aurand will also participate in the event. The 3rd Black Sea Winemaking Forum is held within the framework of the official schedule of events for 2016 of the Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation, an intergovernmental organization of 12 countries of the region. An exhibition-presentation of products of companies-partners of the 3rd Black Sea Winemaking Forum will be offered to ministers of foreign affairs of the countries of the region and official delegations.



Tags