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ProWein Specialist Article: A Closer Look at the International Sparkling Wine Market: Good Growth Forecasts, High Raw Material Prices

[16/10/2012] In the run-up to ProWein 2013 experts on the global sparkling wine market see great challenges ahead. Increased raw material prices are the main concern negatively impacting the sector. Gratifyingly however, there is rising consumer demand for higher-quality products. And: customers have not lost their taste for sparkling wine and globally the drink is being forecast very good growth prospects.ProWein Specialist Article: A Closer Look at the International Sparkling Wine Market: Good Growth Forecasts, High Raw Material Prices - Read more

Feature: China is Guest at the ProWein Trade Fair

[03/09/2012] A total wine consumption of 14 million hectolitres and growth rates of 73% among the wine importing companies – China makes increasingly great strides to join the top nations on the international wine market and is highly visible at ProWein, the leading international trade fair for wines and spirits, in Düsseldorf.Feature: China is Guest at the ProWein Trade Fair - Read more

Feature: History of Wine

[03/09/2012] Via Egypt, the Roman Empire and Germania to the ProWein fair in Düsseldorf - the long road of wine From the first wild vines 100,000,000 years ago to the newest trendy varieties; winegrowing has a long tradition. In ancient Egypt, wine was used as a burial gift; in ancient Greece and in the Roman Empire it was known as the ‘drink of the gods’.Feature: History of Wine - Read more

Feature: Packaging Innovations

[03/09/2012] Packaging Innovations for Wines and Spirits – from Exciting Novelties to Restyled ClassicsFeature: Packaging Innovations - Read more

ProWein 2012 - Trade article series: Spirits Trends: The Path towards Individuality

[06/02/2012] Every March, ProWein, leading international Trade Fair Wines and Spirits, is the meeting point and business platform for the international wine and spirits sector. Suppliers from all the internationally-relevant wine-growing nations present themselves to trade visitors from all over the world in Düsseldorf.ProWein 2012 - Trade article series: Spirits Trends: The Path towards Individuality - Read more

Research “ideal wine”: why it’s different in London, San Francisco, Berlin and Beijing

[02/02/2012] Is there such thing as an ideal wine? Probably not on a global scale – but when consumers are asked to describe one, it reveals some interesting details about what characteristics matter most to them.Research “ideal wine”: why it’s different in London, San Francisco, Berlin and Beijing - Read more

ProWein 2012 – Professional Article Series: Wine business in …Spain

[14/12/2011] The Spanish economic crisis also has repercussions on the Spanish wine sector. Since domestic consumption has plunged drastically producers are stepping up their efforts on export markets. Similarly, less public money is being invested in promotion activities or support measures for these producers at trade fairs.ProWein 2012 – Professional Article Series: Wine business in …Spain - Read more

ProWein 2012 – Specialist Article Series: The Wine Business in…Germany

[14/12/2011] On the global wine scene Germany is still a key market. Despite a very small harvest in 2010 (7.1 m hl) Germany is amongst the ten largest wine producing and exporting nations in the world. Wine consumption in Germany is stable despite a slight decline in 2010 and here the country ranks fourth worldwide; experts anticipate a slight rise in the coming years.ProWein 2012 – Specialist Article Series: The Wine Business in…Germany - Read more

ProWein 2012 – Specialist Article Series: Wine Business in…Italy

[14/12/2011] Cards are Reshuffled - Italy is to feature at ProWein 2012 with an all-new basis. Two factors are stimulating the structural change which primarily mean one thing: wines will be more expensive.ProWein 2012 – Specialist Article Series: Wine Business in…Italy - Read more

ProWein 2012 – Specialist Article Series: Wine Business in…the New World

[14/12/2011] Innovative, sustainable production and expansion into other export markets like China and Russia are the key features of wine production from the New World. Once again Chile, Argentina, California, South Africa and New Zealand are planning a joint seminar pavilion at ProWein – the motto for 2012 being “Flavours – New World at ProWein”.ProWein 2012 – Specialist Article Series: Wine Business in…the New World - Read more

ProWein 2012 – Trade article series: Wine business in ...Austria

[14/12/2011] A big sigh of relief in the wine-growing country Austria. After two high-quality, but in terms of volume, rather weak vintages, in Autumn 2011 the cellars were finally full once again. With almost 2.5 million hectolitres there was a normal harvest, which was classed as “very good” in terms of quality.ProWein 2012 – Trade article series: Wine business in ...Austria - Read more

ProWein 2012 – Trade article series: Wine business in ...Greece

[14/12/2011] In former times Greek wine was equated even more strongly than today with the resinated Retsina or the simple, sweet Samos. In the meantime, at least educated wine friends know that Greece has outstanding autochthon varieties such as Agiorgitiko and Xynomavro (red) or Assirtiko, Malagousia, Moschophilero and Roditis (white) and that Samos can be an excellent sweet wine.ProWein 2012 – Trade article series: Wine business in ...Greece - Read more

ProWein 2012 – Trade article series: Wine management in France

[14/12/2011] Tradition – Innovation – Diversity at ProWein 2012 - France is traditionally one of the strongest exhibiting nations at ProWein. But the new vintage means it is also the largest wine producer worldwide once again in terms of volume.ProWein 2012 – Trade article series: Wine management in France - Read more

ProWein 2012- Specialist articles: Organic Wines/ Green is in

[14/12/2011] The international wine business is looking increasingly to organic cultivation and sustainability. In March trade visitors to the leading wines and spirits fair ProWein 2012 will be able to enjoy a comprehensive market overview of topical “green” wines.ProWein 2012- Specialist articles: Organic Wines/ Green is in - Read more

 
 

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