WINEFUTURE 2021  

FEBRUARY 23 - 26, 2021

CHARITY SILENT AUCTION

A silent auction is an event at which items for sale are displayed for attendees to assess, bid upon, and purchase. However, unlike most auctions, there is no auctioneer present with participants placing their bids silently and anonymously on a bid sheet using a bidding number.

Our speakers, sponsors and supporting organizations are donating their wines, services, winery visits, etc. that will be auctioned through this website to raise funds for the three NGOs that Wine Future has selected to help.


WINEFUTURE 2021 RECORDINGS

If you registered for Wine Future 2021 and you could not attend the entire event, please send us an email and we will send you a link to visualize the entire event in your own time.
If you did not register for the conference, considered by the international media as the wine event of the year, you can watch all the panels, sessions and entertainment for only 65€. 
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WHAT IS WINE FUTURE?

Wine Future is the third edition of a conference that was designed to address the challenges that the wine industry has been facing. The goal is to offer solutions to those challenges and inspiration to the numerous businesses and individuals being affected throughout the globe. 

At the current moment, we face a challenging time of overlapping crises: The Covid-19 Pandemic, Its Economic Repercussions, Ongoing issues of the Climate Crisis and Societal Discrimination.

Conducted 23-26 February 2021 via Zoom, its roster of 80+ wine industry experts will conduct 24 sessions and speeches addressing a wide range of timely topics impacting all aspects of our industry. 


NEWS 


WINEFUTURE WILL BROADCAST SOME SPEECHES VIA FACEBOOK FREE OF CHARGE

Each day part of the program of panels, keynote speeches and entertainment will be broadcast via social media, completely free of charge.

For example, today, Tuesday, February 23rd the entire opening ceremony, the Francis Ford Coppola´s keynote speech and Session 1 on the impacts of Covid-19 will be available to watch via the following Facebook accounts:

@pancho.campo

@ChrandMarketingEvents


CELEBRITIES PARTICIPATING IN WINEFUTURE 2021

Dan Nicholl from South Africa and host of the very popular program Dan Really Likes Wine, will be providing the entertainment during the daily break between 18.15 and 18.30 CET. During these breaks Dan will show interviews with celebrities that have a passion for wine such as:

1- Matthew Goode - British actor and star of The Crown and Downtown Abbey
2- Ernie Els - Golf professional and Former world Nr 1
3- David Farrell - Also known as Phoenix-Bassist and backing vocalist from Linkin Park
4- John Smit - former captain of the South African rugby national team

Francis Ford Coppola - the legendary Hollywood director will make his own keynote opening speech of Wine Future 2021.


Consortium Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG, the Wine Institute of California and Fetzer Vineyards confirm their participation and sponsorship of Wine Future 2021.




  WineFuture Rioja 

This unprecedented event germinated in 2009 with WineFuture Rioja, a response to the worldwide economic recession to which the international wine industry was not immune. Chrand Marketing & Events created and executed these gatherings of the most relevant minds of the international wine industry to analyze these situations and provide ideas, solutions and inspiration for wine professionals suffering consequences to the late '00s economic meltdown. 

 WineFuture Hong Kong 

As the wine industry in 2011 turned to Asia's burgeoning markets, new consumers, and expansion of opportunities WineFuture Hong Kong's wine tastings conducted by Robert Parker, Jancis Robinson, Pancho Campo and 14 panels comprised of some of the most influential people of the wine industry including Francis Ford Coppola, Miguel Torres, James Suckling, Angelo Gaja, Steven Spurrier, Margareth Henriquez, Debra Meiburg, and many professionals in business, production, and media from 70 nations and reaching 3000 participants.


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