Salonul ROVINHUD 2016


Salonul ROVINHUD 2016
The ROVINHUD Salon aims at promoting fine wines and at educating for responsible consumption and social responsibility. Equally, we are passionate about providing high quality to both the exhibitors and the visitors.

A high quality salon for the exhibitors

On the first day, the Salon will be open exclusively for HoReCa professionals, in order to foster an environment open to debates and to setting grounds for new business relationships.

A high quality salon for the visitors

We make sure that our visitors get to enjoy the best wines in the country and in the region, as most of the exhibitors are wine makers who do not usually take part in fairs and festivals in Romania. Also, most of the wines available at the Salon cannot be found in retail shops.

Both the exhibitors and the visitors will have the opportunity to learn from the top world experts, by taking part in the masterclasses held on the second day of the event. The masterclasses will be held in English, simultaneous interpretation available.

And because wine brings people together and melts down barriers, the entire profit of this year’s edition will be directed to support the young people with disabilities from the ‘Ceva de Spus’ (‘Something to Say’) Association, as they continue their work towards a more accessible society.

Wine brings people together and the ROVINHUD spirit wants to bring about a positive change in the life of the people with disabilities.

With this aim in mind, the event is entirely organized by volunteers, and the special guests of the event hold their presentations pro bono.

By taking part in this fine taste event, not only will you get to enjoy excellent wines, but you will also contribute at improving the quality of life of the people with disabilities.


The “Ceva de Spus” Association is a group of self-advocates who work for improving the quality of life of people with disabilities.

The organization was created with the purpose of raising awareness about the difficulties a person with disabilities has to face, but also with the purpose to inspire, by showcasing the positive example of people who have succeeded to overcome their limits and lead a normal life.

The “Ceva de Spus” self-advocates want to be respected for their abilities and not pitied for the disabilities they have to confront – with this in mind, they are looking forward to meet you at the Salon, as they will be among the volunteers who work for the Salon.