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The Austrian Wine Marketing Board Introduces 24 “New Faces” at Vinexpo New York 2018

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Wholesalers and Importers interested to add Austrian wine to their portfolios given unique opportunity to taste producer’s wines

Twenty-four producers from across Austria’s quality wine-growing regions – from the Weinviertel to Sudsteiermark- will be attending the first Vinexpo New York interested to find importing and distribution partners this March 5th and 6th at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

“We are excited to welcome these “New Faces” of Austrian wine to the US market”, said Willi Klinger, Managing Director of the Austrian Wine Marketing Board (AWMB), “this is the next step for Austrian wine in the USA and we are proud to introduce these great producers to our partners – old and new – here.”

During the Vinexpo New York there will be a “New Faces of Austrian Wine” seminar hosted on March 5th from 12:00pm -1:15pm in the River Pavillion. All attendees to the Vinexpo are welcome to attend. The seminar will focus on the wines and stories of the visiting producers.

“We welcome all press and trade to discover a new side of Austrian wine,” continued Klinger, “we are confident you will walk away impressed and reassured of Austria’s potential.”

Importers, wholesalers, and press who are interested to taste samples of wine and/or receive contact information for visiting producers before Vinexpo as well as receive additional information, including pricing, please reach out to Constance Chamberlain of Wine & Co. LLC at [email protected].  Passes to the VinExpo for interested press and trade, complements of the AWMB, are available by request and subject to availability.

The Austrian Wine Marketing Board (Österreich Wein Marketing GmbH) is based in Vienna, and is a national service body for the Austrian wine industry. The organisation was founded in 1986 with the aim to strategically support, coordinate and maintain quality and sales. Its main goal for the domestic market is to strive for an increased market share of Quality Wine, along with the export of bottled quality wine, with particular focus on the continued increase in value.

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