The two companies were Concord Fine Wines Ltd. and Max Scene International Ltd.
During the fourth-day visit, they have participated in a very comprehensive visit program organized by the IEICI, including the opening gala dinner, professional tour to the Israeli Wine Regions, Wines of Israel seminar; one-on-one meetings with the Israeli wine makers; and visit of Israel wine exhibition.
With the completion of this successful visit to Israel, they found that the meetings, professional tour and exhibition did not only enable them to gain a deeper understanding of the latest Israeli wine industry development, but also help them explore more business opportunities with the Israeli wine makers. All in all, they were very impressed by all the arrangements in Israel.
ISRAWINEXPO exhibition takes place every two years in Israel.
The ISRAWINEXPO exhibition is organized by the Israel Trade Fairs & Convention Center in cooperation with the Israeli Wine Magazine and The Grape-Man Wine Center and is sponsored by the The Israel Export and International Cooperation Institute.
ISRAWINEXPO is an international professional exhibition providing a meeting place for the wine industry, for wine-makers, importers, investors, buyers, restaurateurs, food and beverage managers, barmen and sommeliers, decision makers, journalists and leading wine purchasers from around the world as well as for the general public of wine lovers.
A wide range of wines and wineries from Israel and around the world will be on display at the exhibition, with emphasis on Israeli wines. In addition, equipment and accessories for the wine sector will be on display, as well as a special enclave of gourmet food.
About Israel's Wine Industry
Israel’s wine industry has bloomed over the last decade and the impressive results speak for themselves. The quality of Israeli wines is now recognized by the world’s major wine experts, and appreciated anew by wine lovers and connoisseurs alike. Wine publications such as Decanter, The Wine Advocate, and Wine Spectator have all praised the new world of Israeli wines. Wine critics and writers of the caliber of Robert Parker and Hugh Johnson are also on record extolling the virtues of Israeli wines.