FRANCE: New World absence fails to halt Vinexpo sales

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 9 December 2008

Vinexpo, the world's largest wine trade fair, has sold nearly 90% of its exhibitor stand space for next year's expo, despite a low-key presence from New World wine countries.

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Vinexpo, the world's largest wine trade fair, has sold nearly 90% of its exhibitor stand space for next year's expo, despite a low-key presence from New World wine countries.

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