Shortly, the live coverage of ProWein 2015 will start! Until then, take a look at the coverage of last year's event.
ProWein 2014 live - Trade Fair Reports
Something for everyone at ProWein 2014 Would you care for a bit more? This question seems to also apply to the ProWein this year. More than 4.800 exhibitors from 47 countries came to Düsseldorf to present their wide range of classic wine making and contemporary alcohol production. And in addition to the representative growing areas, more unusual regions such as Croatia are becoming more and more important.
The Last of his Craft – Peter Warbinek Creates Wine Labels In wine there is truth and the label says it all – at least it should. But vintners and wineries usually only have as little as a few inches of paper to win over the buyers. The market is supplied by design agencies – the traditional craft is hardly acknowledged anymore. But they are still out there: the ‘old school’ artists. We went to visit one of the last German label creators to find out how good design comes to good wines.
Wine from Japan for Düsseldorf Wine is a world in itself. And this world comes together at the trade fair ProWein in Düsseldorf. Fine wines from near and far, even a vintner from Japan is presenting his work – you can’t get much further away than that. But in celebration of the event’s 20thanniversary there is also something that is close at hand: the Düsseldorf wine.
Welcome! Visitors talk about ProWein ProWein visitors were more than happy that the international trade fair finally opened its doors. Our reporter Emily Whigham talked to them about their expectations on this year's ProWein.