As exhibitor and visitor numbers continue to rise, ProWein 2015 has moved into new halls, giving the Düsseldorf wine and spirits fair 20% more space.
ProWein’s 2014 China trade fair, the world’s leading international trade fair for wine and spirits in Shanghai, welcomed a record number of visitors to its three-day event last week.
April 2016 will see the launch of yet another trade fair in Asia, this time in Singapore as ProWein adds to its international portfolio of shows.
This year’s ProWine China will get 50% more exhibition space and a new networking event called “ProWine in the City”.
ProWein 2014 welcomed an increase number of visitors this year in a show its organisers said had, “transformed…Düsseldorf into the international wine capital of the world”.
English Wine Producers hosted an official launch event at ProWein yesterday for the International Cool Climate Wine Symposium 2016, revealing early details of the programme.
As ProWein turns 20 this year, it commissioned Wine Intelligence to examine what the driving forces in the wine world will be in the next 20 years.
Düsseldorf may not be particularly pretty but there’s still much to do if you need a break from all the tasting
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We asked seven drinks industry professionals attending ProWein how they plan to make the most out of this year’s fair.
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