Go digital with your event
Leading events are create wine event portals with Bottlebooks.
Everything in One Place
Everything about your event in one place, including wines, exhibitors, and even sessions.
Digital Wine Directory
Visitors use a taste-driven search to find wines based multiple criteria such as taste, country or grape variety.
BUILT WITH WINE EVENT PROFESSIONALS TO BE THE LEADING PLATFORM FOR CONTENT-DRIVEN WINE EVENTS
Enable Your Exhibitors To Tell Their Story
With Bottlebooks, your exhibitors can reach customers before the main event.
Exhibitors and wineries add descriptions, tasting notes, pictures, maps, and more directly to your event website.
And because it is powered by Bottlebooks, exhibitors who have used Bottlebooks before need only select which wines they are showing.
It couldn’t be easier to have a content-driven wine event.
Give Each Visitor Personalized Service
Master classes, presentations, and event at-stand tastings can be booked directly through your Bottlebooks event website.
This allows each visitor to tailor their visit how they want, and it turns your wine event into a truly experiential occasion.
Exhibitors like bookable at-stand tastings because they can go deeper into topics they are passionate about with an audience that desires to learn more.
And so visitors don’t forget, each one gets a personal event calendar that they can add directly to their smartphone.
Drive Social Engagement
Not only can visitors create personal tasting lists, but they can share their tasting lists with friends and followers on Twitter.
This generates buzz for everyone’s favorite wines, and is a great way for friends and colleagues to share the event.
For visitors that don’t want to use their smartphone, they can also print their tasting lists at home.
Run Everywhere on Any Device
Bottlebooks is mobile responsive, so it looks great on PC, tablet, and smartphone.
It full supports 7 languages so your exhibitors and visitors both feel right at home.
Know Your Visitors
Bottlebooks is the only platform that enables organizers and exhibitors to interact with visitor before and after the event.
Visitors can request information from exhibitors directly through the website without sharing personal contact information.
Exhibitors can see what wine styles their visitors prefer, so they know which wines to suggest.
Organizers get complete event statistics and analytics.
Export for Print
For events that print paper catalogs, all exhibitor and wine information can be exported exactly how you need it.
Tools for Sales Teams
Sales teams can suggest wines to their customers ahead of the event, and get feedback on which wine suggestions were accepted or rejected.
For the London Wine Fair in 2016, Bottlebooks was tasked with creating a digital directory for one of the largest trade fairs in the world. Over 700 exhibitors and 14000 visitors attend the Fair, a highlight of the year for the UK wine trade.
Over all it was a huge success:
- 1707 wine businesses registered 5015 wines
- There were 106 bookable sessions with more than 5000 bookings
- Visitors searched 26700 times for wines, and created and shared tasting lists
Read the about the London Wine Fair in the Press >>>
While some visitors come for specific wineries, many visitors simply want to discover their next favorite wine. With more than 500 wines, however, that can be difficult. Even ambitious wine lovers will struggle to taste a fraction of those wines.
VINALIA posed the question, “What if visitors could easily find the wines that matched their taste?”
Bottlebooks helped VINALIA do precisely that.
Instead of printing paper catalogs, VINALIA asked wine makers to register their wines in Bottlebooks, including analytics and taste information. One week later, VINALIA visitors described what they liked to drink, and got a printed list of the wines at VINALIA that matched their taste.
Was it a success? We think so. Visitors came back to the Bottlebooks stand to say that the personal wine list matched their tastes perfectly. Winemakers also commented that visitors with Bottlebooks wine lists focused on specific wines, and were much more purposeful about their tastings — great for winning new customers.