Friuli Venezia Giulia to host IWINETC 2013 Blogger – Media Fam Trip

12 influential wine and travel writers (blogs & traditional media) will be travelling to Zagreb to participate and cover the 5th International Wine Tourism Conference (IWINETC) to be held in the delightful Regent Esplanade Hotel, Zagreb, Croatia.

The conference programme promises to every bit as exciting as the previous conferences with talks including case studies on wine tourism in Australia, Chile, Italy, India, France, Nova Scotia, South Africa and Spain. The event will bring together wine and tourism professionals from around the world to discuss, reflect on, develop ideas and network face to face.

IWINETC Blogger Media trip 2013 heads for FriuliThe Strada del Vino e Sapori Friuli Venezia Giulia will be our main sponsor for the post conference Blogger-Media Fam Trip and will take the group to see the Collio – Isonzo  wine regions with wine tours complemented with visits to restaurants, hotels and places of cultural interest such as Cormóns. A whole day will also be dedicated to visiting the Colli Orientali del Friuli with a special meeting in the beautiful Vividale del Friuli (made a UNSECO world heritage site this year) with wine producers at the Colli Orientali del Ramandolo which provides DOC certification to members.

Culinary delights will not be overlooked with lunches and dinners scheduled in elegant restaurants in Sacile, Spilimbrgo and Cividale del Friuli.

The Movimento del Turismo del Vino (MTV) was our Premium Sponsor for  IWINETC 2012 held in Perugia, Umbria and we are pleased to receive the continued MTV Friuli -Venezia Giulia support at the annual platform for wine and culinary tourism professionals worldwide.

IWINETC 2013 Conference Registration is open

One response to “Friuli Venezia Giulia to host IWINETC 2013 Blogger – Media Fam Trip

  1. Interesting, but limited part of the region! Take a chance and visit also the fortress of Palmanova and just outside it one of the”Borghi più Belli d’Italia”: the medieval village Clauiano and further south the Roman Aquileia to end up in Grado on the sea! Special wines and culinary delights here as well!

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