Skopje Wine Salon - Vinodonia 2017 kicks off


More than 350 different labels of wine from 40 wineries from the region, Italy, France will be exhibited for tasting at the second Skopje Wine Salon - Vinodonia 2017, which will be held on Dec. 1-2 in Marriott Hotel in Skopje.

The wine event is organised by a group of wine consultants, judges and educators under the auspices of the Association of Sommeliers of the Republic of Macedonia.

This year’s programme is versatile and includes master classes of the wineries Chateau Kamnik, Tikves and Stobi, as well as workshops, wine tastings and food and wine pairings.

The goal of the event is to contribute to development of wine culture in the country, catch up with the latest contemporary trends, regional and developments in Europe through presentation of wineries of various size, capacity, philosophy, style, stories, portfolios, President of the Association of Sommeliers of the Republic of Macedonia Aleksandar Vuckovski said.

Wednesday’s press conference was also attended by other organisers including Ivana Simjanovska, wine writer and international wine judge and Zvonko Herceg, wine expert.

The price of one-day ticket is MKD 490 and can be bought at the entrance of the event or online at MK. Tickets. The price of the tickets for the master classes, workshops and wine tastings will be starting as of MKD 800. 

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