Meetings

The Wine Regulatory Forum's multi-year Implementation Plan has resulted in seven major regulator conferences to date, including a "Seminar in Key Issues in Wine Regulation" (2011), "Dialogue on Risk Management in Wine Trade" (2012), the Wine Regulatory Forum Technical Workshop (2013), the Wine Regulatory Forum Technical Meeting (2014) and more.

For additional information regarding each meeting, including meeting agendas and presentations, please follow the links below.

 
2017 ha noi The seventh meeting of the APEC Wine Regulatory Forum (WRF), was held on May 11-12, 2017 in Ha Noi, Viet Nam. Click above for more information.

2017 ha noi

The seventh meeting of the APEC Wine Regulatory Forum (WRF), was held on May 11-12, 2017 in Ha Noi, Viet Nam.

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2016 Ottawa The 2016 Technical Meeting of the APEC Wine Regulatory Forum (WRF) was held on 6-7 October 2016 in Ottawa, Canada. 

2016 Ottawa

The 2016 Technical Meeting of the APEC Wine Regulatory Forum (WRF) was held on 6-7 October 2016 in Ottawa, Canada. 

2014 Beijing The second meeting under the Wine Regulatory Forum's five year plan to reduce barriers to trade in wine among APEC economies was held on 11-12 September 2014 in Beijing, China with government officials and industry representatives from sixteen member economies in attendance.

2014 Beijing

The second meeting under the Wine Regulatory Forum's five year plan to reduce barriers to trade in wine among APEC economies was held on 11-12 September 2014 in Beijing, China with government officials and industry representatives from sixteen member economies in attendance.

2012 Auckland In November 2012, New Zealand hosted the second Wine Regulatory Forum meeting, with more than 60 regulators and wine industry representatives from 16 Asia-Pacific economies participating. The Dialogue focused on two key themes: wine trade and its risks; and coordinating approaches to certification. 

2012 Auckland

In November 2012, New Zealand hosted the second Wine Regulatory Forum meeting, with more than 60 regulators and wine industry representatives from 16 Asia-Pacific economies participating. The Dialogue focused on two key themes: wine trade and its risks; and coordinating approaches to certification. 

2015 Adelaide The 2015 Technical Meeting was held on 11-13 November 2015 in Adelaide, Australia. Pacific Rim government officials met to streamline import-export requirements and save grape growers and winemakers millions of dollars.

2015 Adelaide

The 2015 Technical Meeting was held on 11-13 November 2015 in Adelaide, Australia. Pacific Rim government officials met to streamline import-export requirements and save grape growers and winemakers millions of dollars.

2013 Washington, DC The Wine Regulatory Forum's 2013 Technical Workshop brought together wine regulators from 14 of the 21 APEC economies to participate in technical assistance activities that will assist developing economies in implementing specific and measurable good regulatory practices. 

2013 Washington, DC

The Wine Regulatory Forum's 2013 Technical Workshop brought together wine regulators from 14 of the 21 APEC economies to participate in technical assistance activities that will assist developing economies in implementing specific and measurable good regulatory practices. 

2011 San Francisco The inaugural WRF meeting was attended by more than 100 government officials and international wine industry representatives who explored opportunities to reduce unnecessary impediments to trade, including streamlining regulatory import-export requirements. The regulators shared best practices on wine certification, analysis, winemaking practices and labeling in the APEC region.

2011 San Francisco

The inaugural WRF meeting was attended by more than 100 government officials and international wine industry representatives who explored opportunities to reduce unnecessary impediments to trade, including streamlining regulatory import-export requirements. The regulators shared best practices on wine certification, analysis, winemaking practices and labeling in the APEC region.