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Vienna, Austria (PRWEB) April 19, 2010
The European Wine Bloggers Conference has announced its 2010 venue at the Schönbrunn Palace on October 22-24, one of the most important cultural monuments in Austria, not to mention a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site. Hosted by Catavino Marketing, Ryan and Gabriella Opaz of Catavino.net, Robert McIntosh of The Wine Conversation, and sponsored by the Austrian Wine Marketing Board and Wineblogger.info, the conference intends to bring together wine bloggers, social media innovators and wine industry leaders from around the world.
Annually, the European Wine Bloggers Conference aims to provide a very honest and real flavor of the host country. As participants will have the chance to taste wines from across Austria, savor regional cuisine in both modern and traditional forms, and experience key cultural elements, the Schönbrunn Palace fits perfectly into their mission statement.
“It is our firm belief that wine cannot be experienced in isolation. To truly understand a winemaker’s roots, philosophy and strategy, you must see their vineyards, taste their foods, hear their music and listen to their stories. Thus, the Schönbrunn Palace is the ideal place for participants to experience various stages of architecture, history and of course, classical music”, remarked Gabriella Opaz, co-organizer of the EWBC.
The European Wine Bloggers Conference will be held in the old Apothecaries’ Wing on the east side of the palace grounds containing: the elegant Orangerie and the Habsburg, Maria Theresia and Joseph Franz rooms.
This three day conference is a fantastic opportunity to expand, learn and debate about the intersection of wine on the internet with both amateur and professional bloggers from around the world.
The program includes two “keynote” sessions addressing topical subjects for all online wine communicators, as well as several streams of smaller group sessions to generate and nurture practical discussions. Along with this there will be hands on workshops to help improve strategies in online publishing.
If you are interested in supporting the 2010 European Wine Bloggers Conference, please contact us at: email@example.com or visit: http://bit.ly/ewbcsponsor.
About European Wine Bloggers Conference
Founded in 2008 by Robert McIntosh from The Wine Conversation (http://wineconversation.com) and Ryan and Gabriella Opaz from Catavino (http://Catavino.net), the annual conference aims to gather wine bloggers from all over Europe and the world, who are looking to both build stronger relations between their sites and offer a better route for wineries and retailers to reach these consumers or readers.