Baja California will host the World Congress of Vine an Wine 2022

It is expected to have 800 thousand people from all over the world will visit Baja California.

Photo by: Imágenes ilustrativas de Kim Ellis y Pexels

The 43rd World Congress of Vine and Wine will be held at the end of 2022 in Mexico, Baja California, chosen as the venue for this international event. This is not the first time this event will be held in Mexico; since 1980, this congress that celebrates wines worldwide was enjoyed once before.

This is excellent news for the state of Baja California since it is estimated that this event will leave a profit of 3,600,000 pesos; according to estimates, a total of 800,000 people from all over the world will be visiting Baja California

This delightful and multicultural event will be hosting different languages such as French, English, Italian, German, Chinese, and, of course, Spanish. It should be worth noting that the world congress has a plan of a welcome cocktail, conferences, ecological circuits, exhibitions, and much more.

According to Baja California authorities, the leading wine-producing states were responsible for the venue's selection process. And it was the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (SADER), the Ministry of the Economic, the Ministry of Tourism (SECTUR), and the Mexican wine council that ended up opting for the border state.

In addition, this is since Baja California has a total of eight-producing valleys, where 70% of the country's wineries are found; it also handles 75% of the national wine production. Above all, the Valle the Guadalupe has become a great attraction for all tourists who love to drink.

As far as the event, the governor of Baja California, Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda, commented that she hopes to create a block of governors states with wine productions since she considers that "this is a great industry for our country."

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