ProWein in Düsseldorf will at last open its doors for the first in-person event in two years
The ProWein Media Summit, hosted on 2 February 2022, will be hosted virtually ahead of the in-person event, informing attendees of ProWein 2022 in advance.
Results of the new ProWein Business Report 2021 will also be revealed during the online Media Summit, scheduled between 10am and 1pm.
Together with Geisenheim University, ProWein surveyed over 2,000 experts from the global wine industry on the mood of the sector. In addition, they focus on the topics climate change, organic wine growing and sustainability.
Attendees will receive the complete programme and access to the livestream in January 2022.
ProWine Mumbai, the first ever comprehensive professional event for the wine and spirits sector in India, recently came to a successful end with 2,017 industry professionals in attendance.
The trade fair – the first in-person event for the wine and spirits sector in India since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic – was well received and featured over 200 brands from 70 companies across 13 countries.
Mr. Thomas Schlitt, Managing Director Messe Düsseldorf, India said: “It fills me with joy and gratitude to see this amazing recognition from the industry stakeholders in India for the first ProWine Mumbai event.
“Going from being a ProWein Educational Campaign to a first-ever full-fledged comprehensive trade fair for the Wine & Spirits industry is the reflection of developing the market for the future growth of the industry in India. I am glad that at the maiden edition most major players from India and representation of 7 leading wine producing countries were represented.
“With this successful premiere we have laid the foundation for ProWine Mumbai to be the ideal platform to Meet – Network – Taste and connect the market as an annual meeting place.”
Visitors at ProWine Mumbai ranged from large hoteliers, prominent restaurateurs and bar owners, importers, distributors and retailers, sommeliers, chefs and food and beverage teams.