Organisers said their mission to deliver expertise, discovery and sharing was achieved and that the 922 exhibitors praised the quality of visitor attendance from more than 70 countries.
For the first time, the show that shines a light on Mediterranean wines and spirits has moved to an annual format, until now it was only held on even-numbered years.
The show also allowed new products and designs to make their debut while offering a preview of the latest Northern Hemisphere vintage.
Over the three days, January 29-31, a series of conferences, masterclasses and workshops were held.
Bernard Magrez of the eponymous group, said: “An annual fixture is better because distributors across the globe are used to travelling and if some of them cannot attend one year, they can come the following year. You therefore tend not to miss out on seeing interesting people”.
Brazilian visitor Ari Gorenstein, founder of EVino Comercio de Vinhos LTDA, added: “Every year, the show seems increasingly well organised and conducive to some great reunions. Our entire stay in France during Vinisud is extremely productive and effective”.