Since when is strolling through a trade show comparable to a trip, to travel through landscapes, or to immerse oneself in the essence of places? Barcelona Wine Week bets on an experiential proposal, where the wine, the land, the wineries, the histories and the singularities of each place and harvest are the protagonists of this unique and disruptive event. An event that will make known the great territorial diversity of the wine heritage. Spanish and help in the international market. BWW is the new sectorial experience organised by Alimentaria Exhibitions, and that will take place from February 3 to 5, 2020 at Fira de Barcelona’s Montjuic venue.
Yes, that’s right, it’s taking place in Barcelona and we’re sure you can picture it: before or after the fair, there’s an entire city out there for your relaxation and enjoyment… A quality culinary offer, cultural events that compare more than favourably with other major cities, and retail attractions with their own distinctive personality and memorable shops. After a day’s business, there’s an entire city for sightseeing and having a good time.
Making the most of your stay in Barcelona is easy. The Catalan capital has one of the most vibrant culinary scenes in the world: a combination of traditional dishes, based on the Mediterranean diet and fresh market produce, and the innovation brought to the table by great Catalan chefs. Restaurants where you can dine in peace, with ever-surprising culinary creations, and mark the end of a successful day’s work… And where you can also enjoy the wide variety of wines produced in our region. Can you think of any better way to round off a busy working day at the trade fair?
To help you organise your mealtimes in the city, we recommend the free Barcelona Restaurants app, so you don’t miss out on any of the great dining options, as well as Turisme de Barcelona’s official restaurant search engine .
The Columbus Monument, with its wine-tourism and wine information point, is the perfect place to discover excellent Catalan / Spanish wines.