Meininger's at ProWein 2023: Just Like Old Times...

What's happening at ProWein 2023? From Meininger's International Wine Conference to the Meininger Awards and the World of Zero - Meininger Verlag will be there with an extensive and attractive program.

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ProWein Goes Zero: Alcohol-free in Hall 1

Alcohol-free is one of the hottest topics - and ProWein takes this into account with a concentrated presence in Hall 1. The ‘World of Zero’ is being created there in cooperation with Meininger Verlag.

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ProWine Shanghai Postponed Indefinitely

Due to the zero covid policy in China, ProWine Shanghai will not take place in 2022. An alternative date is not yet known. What does this say about the Chinese wine market?

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ProWine Shanghai Postponed by Two Weeks

ProWine Shanghai 2022 was originally scheduled for Nov. 8-10, but now, at very short notice, the organizers have announced a postponement to Nov. 20-22.

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ProWein Revised

The planning for ProWein takes shape. First details have already been determined.

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ProWein on Its Way to Japan

Messe Düsseldorf has announced that it will take over the wine and spirits section of "FABEX" in Tokyo 2023. "Wine" section of Wine & Gourmet Japan will become ProWine Tokyo from 2024 onwards.

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ProWein 2023: More Than 6,000 Exhibitors Expected

Australia, New Zealand and South Africa are coming back to Düsseldorf. After registrations closed, the trade fair reported that more than 6,000 exhibitors from more than 60 countries were registered for ProWein 2023, taking place from 19-21 March in Düsseldorf.

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Impressions from ProWein 2022

Between joyous reunions and business expectations – most visitors and exhibitors came to terms with the conditions dictated by the pandemic.

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Challenging Times for ProWein

After many years of being the unassailable giant of wine traded fairs, this year's postponed ProWein was a relatively quiet event, with only 13,000 more visitors than attended Wine Paris/Vinexpo in February when the pandemic was raging far more fiercely. As Robert Joseph reports, the two events are firmly squaring up for a competitive few weeks at the beginning of 2023.

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Before ProWein we had a long talk with Michael Degen, Executive Director Trade Fairs of Messe Düsseldorf, you find the interview here.