Produced by Vino Joy News

Produced by Vino Joy News

From mainland China's economic hub in Shanghai to southern metropolis Shenzhen and southwestern China's megacity Chengdu, the country will stage a host of long-overdue trade shows. Here are the key ones that should be on your radar.

Interwine China

Debuting in 2005, Interwine China is among the first locally organised wine trade fairs. After the disruptions caused to wine fairs and events last year, the fair organizer is returning with exhibitions spread out throughout the year in Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Macau, Beijing, Shanghai and Changsha.

Interwine Shenzhen will kick off from March 14 to 16 at National Convention and Exhibition Center in Futian district. In May, it will organize a group buying wine and spirits fair in Changsha, capital of China’s central Hunan province (May 9-11), while its Macau edition aiming to target buyers from Greater China and Asia will take stage at the Venetian Hotel from May 28 to 30.

The two-day Interwine Beijing will be held from June 30 to July 1 at Beijing Wanda Vista hotel, followed by Interwine Guangzhou in November at Canton Fair Complex.

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