The organisers of Wine Paris have said the 2025 event will see international exhibitors “take centre stage”.

Vinexposium said this week that international producers will have three dedicated halls, including the centrally-located hall 4.

“This will become the focal point for an extensive and varied choice of international products,” organisers said. “Demand from Italy has been so strong since 2023 that it will once again take ownership of an entire hall (hall 6). The spirits and craft section – beers, ciders and no/low in particular – is becoming increasingly international, as evidenced by the 50+ exhibitors already registered from 13 countries (hall 5).”

Vinexposium also said the event, which had been known as Wine Paris & Vinexpo Paris, will now be known as Wine Paris.

Rodolphe Lameyse, CEO of Vinexposium, said: “Since 2020, the international reach of Wine Paris has been one of the pillars of its development. The exhibition now fully delivers on its promise and confirms its role as the must-visit business gathering. It’s our responsibility to support the industry in its response to the global challenges caused primarily by geopolitical tensions, environmental issues and changing consumer patterns.”

The 6th Wine Paris will take place from February 10-12 at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles.