Mountain wines to show their mettle at ProWein 2019

When it comes to combatting the effects of a warming planet and producing wines that suit current preferences for fresher, more refined wines, vineyards grown at high altitude offer one solution.

From Europe to the Americas and China, wines produced from mountainous regions are gaining in stature and will be much in evidence at next year’s 25th edition of ProWein.

The landmark show next spring will feature numerous high altitude wines from across the world.

As well as German, Austrian, Swiss, Spanish and northern Italian wines, a slew of New World wines from the likes of Santa Cruz in California, Argentina’s Uco Valley and Tibet will show just what these elevated vineyards are capable of.

The next ProWein is scheduled to take place from 17 to 19 March 2019. ProWine Asia, is due to be held in Singapore on 24 to 27 April 2019 while ProWine China will follow in Shanghai from 13 to 15 November of this year.

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