Top wine and spirit trade fairs of 2019

ProWine China, Shanghai

12-14 November

Returning to Shanghai for its sixth edition, ProWine China expects nearly 20,000 trade visitors and 750 exhibitors from 39 countries to attend this year’s event, which will be held alongside the 22nd edition of the Food & Hotel China (FHC 2018) – China’s biggest food and hospitality trade event.

Last year, a record 18,936 trade visitors attended the three-day event, an increase of 33.2% on the previous year. More visitors came from provinces and cities such as Beijing, Guangdong, Xinjiang, Hainan, Shandong, Liaoning and Fujian than before, expanding the show’s reach throughout the Mainland Chinese market.
“The response to this year’s event shows that ProWine China is now established as the leading exhibition in Mainland China,” said Marius Berlemann, global head of wine and spirits and director of ProWein. “With overseas exhibitor participation at 80%, hailing from 39 countries, this reinforces the strategic position that the exhibition plays in fulfilling the needs and demands for such a dedicated platform in the Chinese market.”

Wine education will continue be a focus, with more than 30 masterclasses and seminars planned, chaired by global wine experts. Previous speakers include Debra Meiburg MW, Fongyee Walker MW, and Roderick Smith MW.

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