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Visitor statements ProWein 2015


Armando Lapuegue Culumula exports wines from Europe and South America into his home country Mozambique. “There are a lot of aspects that make it rewarding to be here at ProWein. Besides the great organisation I am fascinated about the way, the design of the bottles can transport the cultural identity of each country.”
Source: Messe Düsseldorf

Armando Lapuegue Culumula exports wines from Europe and South America into his home country Mozambique. “There are a lot of aspects that make it rewarding to be here at ProWein. Besides the great organisation I am fascinated about the way, the design of the bottles can transport the cultural identity of each country.”
Source: Messe Düsseldorf

From China to France to Germany: Danying Lu and Hanjie Li are studying wine management in Dijon, France. “We’re looking for new wines, new tastes, something extraordinary. Besides we try to get in contact with the European branch.” During the three days at ProWein they want to listen to lectures and to attend tasting sessions.
Source: Messe Düsseldorf

From China to France to Germany: Danying Lu and Hanjie Li are studying wine management in Dijon, France. “We’re looking for new wines, new tastes, something extraordinary. Besides we try to get in contact with the European branch.” During the three days at ProWein they want to listen to lectures and to attend tasting sessions.
Source: Messe Düsseldorf

Lotte Svenson from Denmark has specialized in organic and vegan wines. At the ProWein the wine merchant attends a presentation on the subject of “Demeter-certified agriculture”. “I don’t have any appointments at ProWein. So I’m free to gain new impressions. I’m especially interested in wines from South America.”
Source: Messe Düsseldorf

Lotte Svenson from Denmark has specialized in organic and vegan wines. At the ProWein the wine merchant attends a presentation on the subject of “Demeter-certified agriculture”. “I don’t have any appointments at ProWein. So I’m free to gain new impressions. I’m especially interested in wines from South America.”
Source: Messe Düsseldorf

For David Sasserath from Germany ProWein is an excellent opportunity to get inspired for his wine and spirits department in a supermarket. “I am very impressed by the variety of products here! It makes it much easier to choose the assortment of goods, when you can taste them right away and get into detail with the providers.”
Source: Messe Düsseldorf

For David Sasserath from Germany ProWein is an excellent opportunity to get inspired for his wine and spirits department in a supermarket. “I am very impressed by the variety of products here! It makes it much easier to choose the assortment of goods, when you can taste them right away and get into detail with the providers.”
Source: Messe Düsseldorf

André Bertrand meets his distributors at the ProWein. His wine comes from a little winery in Languedoc, South France. He’s visiting wine trade fairs worldwide to inform himself of the latest trends. “I’m regularly visiting trade fairs in France, also in Shanghai. But the ProWein in Düsseldorf is by far the best on an international comparison.”
Source: Messe Düsseldorf

André Bertrand meets his distributors at the ProWein. His wine comes from a little winery in Languedoc, South France. He’s visiting wine trade fairs worldwide to inform himself of the latest trends. “I’m regularly visiting trade fairs in France, also in Shanghai. But the ProWein in Düsseldorf is by far the best on an international comparison.”
Source: Messe Düsseldorf

Elke Heselmeyer regularly visits the ProWein: the wine merchant from Germany meets her distributors at Düsseldorf, searching and comparing new vintages. “I only work with family-run businesses where you really feel the passion for wine.” Normally she is orientated to Italian wines but at ProWein she likes to discover exotic tastes: “This year, I’m particularly fond of wines from South Africa.”
Source: Messe Düsseldorf

Elke Heselmeyer regularly visits the ProWein: the wine merchant from Germany meets her distributors at Düsseldorf, searching and comparing new vintages. “I only work with family-run businesses where you really feel the passion for wine.” Normally she is orientated to Italian wines but at ProWein she likes to discover exotic tastes: “This year, I’m particularly fond of wines from South Africa.”
Source: Messe Düsseldorf
 

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