ProWein is the only international trade fair that covers the complete world market. Correspondingly international are the visitors. And these are exclusively connoisseurs of the industry, because the controlled admission means that there are only professionals among themselves at ProWein. Traditionally, it's all about business at the order trade fair from the initial conversation to the high number of business deals.
From special shows, workshops and master classes to innovations and inspirations. At ProWein you will find all this perfectly organised in one place. ProWein thus offers the ideal platform for professional networking and discovering innovations.
If not at ProWein 2023, then where? Because with its flawless trade fair concept and the high international reach on the visitor side, ProWein is the ideal platform for brands, manufacturers, wine traders and importers from all over the world.
Especially geared to the hip and trendy gastronomy and bar community, the Trendshow “same but different” (sbd) is the highlight at the heart of ProWein 2023. To the tune of 120 exhibitors from 26 countries will present a varied range of the very latest Craft Spirits, Craft Beer and Cider in Hall 7.0.
Wine in Moderation, the international programme that encourages responsible and moderate wine consumption, is pleased to announce its presence at ProWein 2023. The most important and biggest international wine and spirits trade fairs, ProWein provides the perfect platform for Wine in Moderation to expand and transmit its message to professionals from all over the world.
Commissioned by ProWein, Geisenheim University polled experts from throughout the world across the entire value chain of the wine industry in late 2022, for the sixth time now. Participants include wine producers from the most important wine-growing countries in the Old and New World, exporters, importers, specialist wine merchants as well as representatives from the food ...
Commissioned by ProWein, Geisenheim University polled experts across the entire value chain of the wine sector from over 40 countries in late 2022 for the sixth time now. Participants include wine producers from the most important wine-growing countries in the Old and New World, exporters, importers, specialist wine dealers as well as gastronomy and hospitality representatives.
The long-standing head of Messe Düsseldorf's international contract business/Official Participations - Peter Schmitz - is to become the new Director of ProWein. For nine months, the leading international trade fair for wines and spirits had been under the provisional management of Michael Degen, Executive Director and Member of the Board of Management of Messe Düsseldorf.
In face of the sporadic and frequent cases of COVID-19 outbreaks, following Shanghai’s epidemic prevention policy, regulations on exhibitions’ epidemic prevention and control, and in order to effectively protect the health and safety of exhibitors, visitors and partners, and ensure better exhibition effect, it was prudently decided that ProWine Shanghai 2022 will be postponed to November, 2023.
In some four months that time will have come round again – ProWein 2023 will kick off. However, even today international wine and spirits professionals can already obtain an overview of the global ranges awaiting them at the world’s biggest and most relevant trade fair for wines and spirits in Düsseldorf.
A topic currently trending and holding quite some potential are non-alcoholic wines – and this is not only the case in Germany. Only recently popstar Kylie Minogue hit the international headlines with the launch of her first non-alcoholic sparkling rosé wine of the same name.
ProWine Mumbai wrapped up its second edition, held at the world-class Jio World Convention Centre on the 17th and 18th of October. ProWine Mumbai is a part of the globally iconic ProWein World and is jointly organised by Messe Düsseldorf India and All Things Nice.
Southeast Asia’s first post-pandemic in-person dedicated trade fair for the wine and spirits sector - saw tremendous success, bringing together 230 high-quality exhibitors from across 27 countries and regions to meet with 8,500 visitors from around the world. This represents a close to 20% increase in visitors compared to the last edition held in 2018.
After the USA and China, Japan is the world’s third biggest economic market with a unique, very demanding food and drink culture. For 2022 the per-capita-turnover for wine is forecast at around Euro 66, which is clearly above the global per-capita turnover of Euro 37 (Source: Statista).
Preparations for ProWein from 19 to 21 March 2023 are in full swing. The registration deadline for exhibitors is over, the space allocation talks with the individual vintners, joint participations, im- and exporters as well as spirits suppliers are running at full steam. One thing is already certain: ProWein 2023 will follow on from the success story of the past 28 years and...
On behalf of ProWein, the Geisenheim University surveyed experts from 49 countries at the end of 2020, thereby covering the entire value chain of the wine industry. This year's survey focused on the effects of Covid-19 on the global wine industry.
In cooperation with Geisenheim University ProWein polled almost 1,500 wine sector experts from 46 countries on international wine markets, marketing trends and the development of wine sales channels. Those polled included wine producers (large and small wine-growing estates, wineries, cooperatives) as well as marketers (speciality retailers, wholesalers, importers/exporters, hotels and gastronomy)
Commissioned by ProWein - the leading trade fair for the international wine and spirits industry - late 2022 saw Geisenheim University survey experts representing the entire wine supply chain from 48 countries for the fifth time now. Following the sharp downturn in the wine trade caused by Covid, the industry has recovered significantly and is looking positively to the future.