Where wine lovers and professionals meet
A reference event for wine lovers, connoisseurs and professionals, Arvinis aims to promote Swiss producers and introduce the public to quality wines from various countries. By moving the date of the fair to November, Arvinis is adapting to the needs of the market and benefiting from a more favourable period for both exhibitors and visitors alike.
The event maintains its warm and dynamic format by now taking place over 4 days, where discussions with wine producers is a key focus. A rich program of tasting workshops and themed visits will enable wine lovers and professionals many moments of exchange and discovery.
14-17 NOVEMBER, 2019
Learn more about all the workshops on offer
A unique way to experience the fair
The 24th edition of Arvinis will take place from 14 to 17 November 2019 in parallel with Les Automnales.
This year, the fair is offering eleven different workshops, including initiations, tastings and an exceptional vertical.
Discover the complete list of workshops and register now (limited number of participants).
GUEST OF HONOR
THE OPAGE AND GENEVAN WINES
A unique vineyard
At its first edition in 1996, Arvinis featured the Opage and Genevan wines as its guest of honor. In honor of the event’s renaissance in Geneva, this attractive vineyard will be once more highlighted.
Benefit from the presence of the Guest of Honor to learn more about Genevan exhibitors and producers. You can also enjoy various tastings and competitions.
Four daily themes will be organized between Thursday 14th and Sunday 17th November.
13 NOVEMBER, 2019
Wine tasting on a Genevan tramway
These are wines from here!
In collaboration with Juste du Goût, Arvinis offers you a unique way to discover Geneva the day before the fair : meet winegrowers and taste the region’s treasures. The Cave de Genève, the Domaine du Clos des Pins and the Domaine des Rothis will be present to discuss with you in a friendly atmosphere while contemplating Geneva from an old tramway with a glass of wine.
Wine of the future: Will it be different?
With the growing expectations of civil society and environmental organisations, viticulture is facing a major challenge in terms of production methods.
The purchasing behaviour of wine consumers is crucial in this context. Are they prepared to change their habits, especially with regard to grape varieties?
A survey at the Arvinis wine fair will provide more detailed information