Viti-Culture Live 2020

Viti-Culture Live 2020
Posted by bactosoil
Thursday, July 9, 2020 - 08:00 AM
Until: Thursday, July 9, 2020 - 05:00 PM
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As a result of the current crisis, Viti-Culture has become an online virtual show for 2020 ,this event will cater for a wide range of interests including those who are thinking about planting vines and those who are very well established in the industry . Organisers of the event have invested heavily in building their bespoke platform over recent weeks which means that the successful annual event can be held this year rather than succumbing in the same way as so many other events and shows have done. Hosted completely on the website, visitors will be able to “visit” exhibitors on their individual stands. Each stand will be clearly branded and pre-populated with plenty of relevant and interesting material such as video etc and will have the facility to host live chat.

There will still be the full itinerary of high quality seminars throughout the day that visitors expect. Full joining instructions and timings will be publicised in advance so you won’t have to worry about missing a thing! The live webinars will also give an opportunity for live Q&A’s on “Show Day”.

We are thrilled to announce that our headline seminar will be led by Richard Bampfield MW who will be joined by Stephen Skelton MW and Matt Strugnell, Vineyard Manager at Ridgeview to discuss the current and sometimes contentious issues facing the UK Wine Industry.

In addition, we will be offering free space to vineyards to create their own virtual cellar door, especially useful for those who don’t have an online presence already and as a supporting outlet for those already established. As a visitor, what could be better than viewing the vast array of supplies and services available to viticulturists, attend high-level seminars and be able to view and shop at an array of UK vineyards virtual cellar doors all in one place?

Everything will remain in place until 31st December 2020, so visitors will still be able to pop in right up to the end of the year.

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