By Amy Looker

Australia’s largest wine technology exhibition is gearing up to take place this July at the Adelaide Convention Centre.

WineTech 2010 will run in conjunction with the Australian Wine Industry Technical Conference (AWITC), providing delegates and visitors with an opportunity to hear from a panel of industry experts on a range of key issues, while viewing the latest technological developments in winemaking.

Taking place every three years, the last WineTech drew over 3500 visitors, made up from 1677 AWITC delegates and over 2000 trade visitors, with more than 20 percent of visitors coming from interstate or overseas.

Exhibition manager, Paul Baker, said that this year’s event was shaping up to be the biggest yet.

“It’s always great to see so many levels of the industry represented under the one roof”, said Baker. “This is a unique opportunity for exhibitors to launch new products to local and international buyers who want to remain competitive, and relevant on the world stage, by keeping up to date with technical innovation within the industry.” 

WineTech 2010 will take place from the 4-7 July. For more information, click here.


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