Just like our 2017 Summits, our Beer Industry Summit will take place right before the Wine & Spirits Daily Summit on January 14, 2018 at The Breakers hotel. This event is regularly priced at $1400 per ticket. If you're looking to double your industry knowledge and network with new folks, take advantage of our combo price for a discount to attend both events.
The Wine & Spirits Daily Summit is regularly attended by top supplier, distributor and retailer executives in the U.S. wine and spirits industry, in addition to craft distillers, financial analysts, advertising executives and more. Ample networking opportunities with the "who's who" of the business guarantees you won't leave without making many new industry connections.
This Summit is the kid sister to our Beer Industry Summit, now in its 15th year. If you've ever been to one of our events, you know that we mix actionable, valuable content with fun. Our goal is to promote candid discussions and bring topics to the forefront that will help spark ideas on how to improve your business and the industry at large.
The Summit begins Monday January 15th with a Welcome Reception. Tuesday January 16 will include an entire day of general session, with networking opportunities at breakfast, lunch and a Closing Reception.
The 6th annual Wine & Spirits Summit will take place at The Breakers hotel in Palm Beach, FL. Reservations can be made under the Wine & Spirits Summit room block through December 15, 2017 for the special rate of $375/night. You can reserve your room by clicking here or by calling the hotel at 561-655-6611 and requesting the "Wine & Spirits Summit" rate. If you'd like to see other hotels in the area, please check out The Brazilian Court and the Hilton in West Palm Beach.
The closest airport is the Palm Beach International Airport which is located about 15 minutes from the hotel.
For further travel information, please click here.
FILED JANUARY 19, 2018Despite some one-off recessionary years where US wine consumption took a dive, the long-term volume trends for the wine category have consistently increased. In 1979 US consumers drank just over 300 million gallons annually, and now its much closer to 800 million gallons.