Robert Joseph to host first-ever talk show on bulk wine

by | Nov 24, 2020 | News

Wine guru Robert Joseph will host the first-ever talk show on bulk wine as part of this year’s virtual World Bulk Wine Exhibition (WBWE)’s ‘WBWE Connect’, aiming to shed light on one of the most prominent fields of the future.

Bulk is the wine category that generates the most turnover within the global wine sector annually.

The Bulk Wine Talks premiered yesterday at 18.00 (CET) starting with a conversation between Robert Joseph and Felicity Carter, editor-in-chief of Meininger’s Wine Business International.

Tomorrow (25 November), Robert will host a talk entitled ‘From Drought to Normality: The Future of South Africa’ along with Origin Vineyards’ Bernard Fontannaz.

These talks can be followed online via the WBWE YouTube channel.


The Bulk Wine Talks – Driven by Robert Joseph (programme)

Nov 23. 18.00h (CET) – The transformation in the wine industry throughout the past 12 years. What is ahead? With Felicity Carter, editor-in-chief of Meininger’s Wine Business International

Nov 24. 18.00h (CET) – The USA: major importing and exporting country of bulk wine: Why? With Greg Livengood. Partner of Ciatti

Nov 25. 18.00h (CET) – From drought to normality: the future of South Africa. With Bernard Fontannaz, founder of Origin Vineyards

Nov 30. 18.00h (CET) – China: Is the pandemic an opportunity for improving bulk wine sales? With Marcus Ford, Wines of South Africa (WoSA) country manager in Asia & Jörg Philipp, Founder of Red Hat Degustar Consulting Shangai.

Dec 2. 18.00h (CET) – Argentina and Chile: two strongly distinct models. With Jose Bartolucci, president of the Argentinean Bulk Wine Chamber.

Dec 4. 18.00h (CET) – Castilla-La Mancha: the driving force for global trade. With Luis Noé, Director, The Foreign Trade and Investment Institute of Castilla-La Mancha (IPEX)

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