ProWine sells out of exhibitor space

ProWein’s Shanghai-based event ProWine has sold out of exhibition space according to the organisers.

Messe Düsseldorf said all 5,000sq m of floor space has been taken up by 500 exhibitors.

Participating countries include Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Croatia, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Mexico, Moldova, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, UK, Uruguay and the US.

There will be 16 national pavilions and four regional pavilions. The largest national pavilion belongs to France, featuring 80 exhibitors; followed by Argentina with 70 exhibitors and Spain with 56 exhibitors. Portugal and Italy rank fourth and fifth respectively; and 36 Chinese companies will also be represented at ProWine China 2013.

Companies including Russian Traditions and Sektkellerei J Oppmann will be presenting their products to the Chinese market for the first time.

ProWine China will also be the debut trade show in mainland China for American groups from Washington and Oregon, as well as the Swiss Wine Promotion, who are bringing six wineries.

More than 100 events, including masterclasses and competitions, will also take place during the course of the event, which takes place from November 13–15 at SNIEC in Shanghai.

 

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