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Exhibitor registration is underway for this year’s ProWine China (12 – 14 November 2019 in Shanghai), and the numbers are impressive. Leading the way are Germany’s national organizations: The Federal Ministry for Food and Agriculture (BMEL) has come together with the German Wine Institute (DWI) to announce the largest national …

ProWein 2019 has scarcely drawn to a successful close and initial preparations have already started for the next edition in Düsseldorf in March 2020. Since April all exhibitors have been able to register online at www.prowein.de. Numerous producers from all over the world have already made use of this possibility so …

Vinexpo Bordeaux, the international wine and spirits trade show, returns reinvigorated this year from 13-16 May, prioritising quality, ROI and relevant content over expanding floor space. A completely redesigned 20th edition Vinexpo Bordeaux 2019, under the High Patronage of French President Emmanuel Macron, will consolidate the Vinexpo group’s strategy to …

« Vinitaly is a fantastic celebration of the quality and biodiversity of Italy’s cultural and wine-making heritage. This is highlighted by the fact that Italy has more than 600 geographical indications, the highest number in Europe. The European Union’s task is to protect them. » This was how the European Commissioner for …

The Institute of Masters of Wine is delighted to announce that Rufus Olins has been appointed as the new IMW Executive Director.  Rufus started his career as a journalist and editor working for The Sunday Times. He became Managing Director of Lord Heseltine’s Haymarket Brand Media in 2003, then CEO …

In its 5th year ProWine China has become firmly established in Shanghai. During 13-15 November 2018, ProWine China, the ever largest edition so far, saw many high-class business opportunities and rewarding interactions among producers, importers, distributors, key buyers and industry experts. ProWine China 2018, the latest edition of the ProWein …

The 11th edition of the Hong Kong International Wine & Spirits Fair concluded yesterday (10 Nov). The fair, organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), was held from 8-10 Nov at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) with a total of 1,075 exhibitors from 33 countries …

China is notorious for the adulteration of wine and the relabeling of inferior wines to more expensive brands, making it a safe haven for counterfeit products. However, a recent landmark case in favor of the Conseil Interprofessionnel du Vin de Bordeaux (CIVB or Bordeaux Wine Council), which represents more than …

ProWein World has been a major fixture in the Asian-Pacific Region – the fastest growing wine & spirits market – for many years now, with ProWine China in Shanghai and ProWine Asia in Hong Kong and Singapore. ProWein, the world’s largest trade fair for wines and spirits, will now feature …

While certainly few of us missed China’s rise to the position of a major economic power, that newly established prowess continues to fight the biased western preconception of wine and China. On the one hand we have the image of the Chinese wine drinker pouring cola in her Chilean Cabernet …