WineVit Washington Winegrowers Association

Jan 18, 2024
Washington winegrowers group to host Winevit 2024

This year’s iteration of WineVit, a three day conference for winegrape growers, vintners and industry professionals, is scheduled for Feb. 5-7.

The Washington Winegrowers Association is announcing the WineVit 2024 Convention and Trade Show. The show will be hosted at the Three Rivers Convention Center in Kennewick, Washington.

“WineVit® serves as the epicenter for winegrape growers, vintners, and industry professionals to explore cutting-edge technologies, foster connections, and engage with visionary leaders,” organizers said in a news release. “Attendees include winegrape growers, vineyard managers, vintners, winemakers, winery owners, tasting room managers, as well as marketing and sales professionals and students.”

WineVit Washington Winegrowers Association 2024


The yearly three-day educational extravaganza is one of the largest wine-related conventions in the nation, providing best-in-class educational and networking opportunities for the Northwest, according to the release.

The event, sponsored by the Cashmere, Washington, based organization, features a trade show, poster session spotlighting the latest industry research, a thought-provoking “State of the Industry” session, and multi-faceted educational sessions that look into topics including sustainability, vineyard and winery efficiencies, tasting room, and labor cost savings, according to the release.

WineVit logo  Additionally, the Leadership & Legacy Luncheon celebrates industry leaders and legends who have made significant contributions to the Washington wine community.

Early registration ends Jan. 19 and 2024 members of the Washington Winegrowers Association receive additional registration discounts.

Registration information is here. 

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