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Another Winery and Trade Show Conference Emerges on the East Coast

The East Coast is becoming more recognized as a growing and vibrant winery and vineyard region. Data shows that several East Coast states have over a hundred wineries including New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and North Carolina. Other states with wineries in the east include New Jersey, Georgia, Delaware, Florida and New England states.

A recent development on the East Coast is the announcement of a second wine and trade show conference coming 2012. This announcement confirms that the wine industry is increasing significantly in the East. The date for the first Eastern Winery Exposition is March 7-8, 2012.

The creators of the Eastern Winery Exposition are Bob Mignarri, Show Manager and Richard Leahy, Conference Director. According to the EWE website, “The goal is to provide the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern wineries and vineyards with an easily accessible, low-cost professional meeting with a large number of winery and vineyard suppliers at the right time of year.”

The Eastern Winery Exposition will be held at the new Lancaster Convention Center and Marriott Hotel. Lancaster is a tourist area in Pennsylvania. The Convention Center is located at 25 South Queen Street, Lancaster, PA.

Anyone interested in the Eastern Winery Exposition should watch for additional information on the Eastern Winery Exposition website. Keep the March 7-8, 2012 dates open if you are interested in attending the Eastern Winery Exposition.

For another East Coast conference, the Wineries Unlimited Conference and Trade Show held in Richmond, Virginia in 2011 will announce their 2012 dates soon. Check the Wineries Unlimited website frequently for the dates. Read more information about the 2011 Wineries Unlimited event on the Wine Trail Traveler website.

Cheers, Kathy

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