Halls 9 and 10 are firmly in French hands. With around 1,000 exhibitors from all of France’s growing regions and a net exhibition area of approximately 13,000 square metres, this is almost like a separate trade fair within ProWein.
Great names such as Paul Mas, Castel Freres, Les Domaines Baron Edmond de Rothschild or Boisset are flying the flag at ProWein. One highlight in the France halls for many years has been the Champagne range. Around 150 champagne houses and brands such as Bollinger, Vranken-Pommery or Lanson are represented at the upcoming ProWein.
At the heart of the event is the Champagne Lounge, which is just under 1,000 square metres in Hall 9, where you can get a first impression before heading to the Champagne House stands.
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No less than 50 establishments will exhibit more than 80 varieties in the Champagne Lounge. And another 150 brands will be in the immediate vicinity, for instance Vranken Pommery, Bollinger, Lanson, Pol Roger. The huge range is even a rarity in France itself.