New Hall Concept for ProWein 2025

ProWein is downsizing by two halls, with online registration for exhibitors now open.

Reading time: 2m

Japan: an Attractive Market Says New Report

A new ProWine report by Professor Simone Loose of Geisenheim University has found that exporters see Japan as a key market, thanks to its appreciation for quality and readiness to pay premium prices. 

Reading time: 2m 45s

Berlemann Is the New Managing Director of Messe Düsseldorf

The organisers of ProWein are undergoing a generational change in leadership.

Reading time: 1m 30s

Mundus Vini and ProWine Join Forces in Tokyo

The first ProWine Tokyo took place with nearly 200 exhibitors from 20 regions. Germany's leading wine competition MUNDUS VINI, organised by Meininger Verlag, took some of its winning wines to Japan.

Reading time: 2m 45s

ProWein With a New Look

The leading international trade fair ProWein wants to reinvent itself. In order to maintain its lead over the growing competition from Wine Paris and Vinitaly, it is striving to spread optimism in the industry - among other things with its new slogan "Discover The Taste of Tomorrow", as Messe Düsseldorf reports.

Reading time: 45s

ProWein: A Breakthrough?

WEINWIRTSCHAFT editor-in-chief Alexandra Wrann believes that this could be the right step for ProWein to gain new acceptance.

Reading time: 1m 30s

ProWein's Time to Strike Back

The ProWein must once again take the initiative to avoid falling behind. A commentary by Clemens Gerke.

Reading time: 3m 30s

Meininger Awards 2024

The Meininger Awards took place in Düsseldorf, on the eve of ProWein. Now in their 18th year, the awards honour the most significant people in the German and international wine industry. Here are the six winners.

Reading time: 2m 30s

The ProWein Report. Smaller Numbers, but High Quality Visitors

The 30th edition of ProWein was less of a celebration than the organisers might have wished, thanks to difficulties created by German airline and railway workers.

Reading time: 3m