The International Exhibition of Wine and Olive Technology
Enolitech is expanding and celebrates its 10th edition with a an even larger, upgraded and dedicated hall. The International Exhibition of Wine and Olive Technology will still be held in the traditional Area F of the exhibition centre, right opposite the Giulietta & Romeo entrance - but as of this year occupies an entire hall of 7, 100 square metres, over 1000 more than last year. This means that the show will be able to welcome even more exhibitors - already more than 30 - so that, alongside more or less total confirmation by exhibitors in 2006, more than 300 companies will take part in the event.
Enolitech thereby confirms its role as an international promotion tool dedicated to the wine and olive oil value chain and equally as an important marketing occasion ensuring opportunities for all companies in the sector. Since it is held alongside Vinitaly and Sol, moreover, the Technologies Exhibition achieves direct contact with wine and olive growers/producers to ensure major synergy between the events that in turn means that exhibitors at the three exhibitions can also be visitors at the same time.
Over and above machinery, innovations equally involve packaging - such as new and attractive bottles enhancing wine - or glass and synthetic devices as an alternative to natural cork. Interest always and increasingly focuses on tasting glasses: every year, such glassware is more refined and technological, ensuring perfect transparency even after repeated washing and a huge range of styles ideal for every type of wine.
Corkscrews are also keeping pace with the times by adapting to new types of cork and fashions to meet the needs of increasingly numerous and demanding wine enthusiasts. There is also a huge offering of cellar equipment and technological wine cellars involving sophisticated or even futuristic design.
Enolitech continues to attract the leading names - Velo, Della Toffola, Alfa Laval, Albrigi, Rapanelli, Tebaldi, Oma, Inoxtecnica as regards support technologies for wine and oil production, as well as Caraiba, Spiegelau, Italesse, Bormioli Rocco and Riedel for glasses and Scatolificio Montelliano, Smurfit, Padoan, Scotton and Isac for packaging.
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