The V Tokyo Selection Hall, which took place on Monday, July 2, in the Japanese capital, presented a hundred wines from fifteen production areas.
Guía Peñín has returned to Japan to present, for the fifth year in a row, a selection of the best Spanish wines. The event, which took place last Monday, July 2 at the Hyatt Regency Tokyo Hotel, unveiled one hundred wines from twenty wineries from fifteen production areas (Bierzo, Cava, Manchuela, Priorat, Rías Baixas, Ribeira Sacra, Ribeiro, Ribera del Duero, Rioja, Rueda, Toro, Utiel-Requena, Valencia, VT Bajo Aragón and VT Castilla y León).
During the five hours of the event, more than 300 attendees (importers, distributors, sommeliers, journalists, etc.) were able to discover the diversity and quality of the wines presented, included in the categories of “Best Wines” (90 or more points) ) and “Best Shopping” (3, 4 or 5 stars).
The event, already consolidated among the Japanese professionals, served for twelve wineries to present, for the first time, their wines in the Japanese market, while the rest took the opportunity to present the new vintages of their most representative references.
XIX Hall of the Best Wines of Spain
After national events (Barcelona, Madrid, Bilbao and Tenerife) and international events (Mexico City, New York, Moscow and Tokyo), and participation in the ProWein Düsseldorf and ProWine Asia fairs, Guía Peñín closes its calendar for the first semester of 2018.
The next event of the company will be the XIX Hall of the Best Wines of Spain, the most important gathering of quality Spanish wine of the sector that will take place on October 29 and 30 in Hall 14 of IFEMA (Madrid). In it, 500 Spanish wineries will present 2,000 wines to more than 5,000 national and international professional visitors.
In addition, the company will again have its own space in ProWine China, which will be held in Shanghai from November 13 to 15. As usual, the last event of the year will be the Hall of the Stars, which will take place on November 29 at the Novotel Madrid Center.
evento, ya consolidado entre los profesionales nipones, sirvió para que doce bodegas presentaran, por primera vez, sus vinos en el mercado japonés, mientras que el resto aprovecharon para dar a conocer las nuevas añadas de sus referencias más representativas.