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ProWein 2023 adds new chapter to its success story

30.08.2022

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...
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ProWein 2022 - final press release

17.05.2022

To the tune of 5,700 exhibitors from 62 countries Over 38,000 trade visitors from 145 countries Numerous business deals closed
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Current ProWein Business Report 2021 now available:

23.02.2022

Commissioned by ProWein, late 2021 saw Geisenheim University survey experts representing the entire wine supply chain from 48 countries for the fifth time now.
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Flood disaster strikes Ahr valley: a wave of solidarity from home and abroad

29.07.2021

DWI provides overview of relief activities / donation accounts managed by VDP and DWI / numerous initiatives by wine-growers, retail, associations and organisations / ProWein supports with donation
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The latest ProWein Business Report 2020 is now available: Covid-19 is the biggest challenge for the global wine industry

14.12.2020

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.
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Current ProWein Business Report 2019 is available

21.11.2019

Climate Change changes the Global Wine Industry
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ProWein Business Report assesses the International Wine Markets

20.03.2017

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)
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