ProWein Navigator

Which countries' wines are in which hall? Where to find the special features and presentations? We navigate you through the halls of the Düsseldorf Messe exhibition venue.

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Floor plan
Floor plan

 Hall 1

World of Zero, 1/A10

Premiere of the large alcohol-free tasting area "World of Zero". A whole world of non-alcoholic wines, sparkling wines and mixed wine drinks as well as panel discussions about zero alcohol beverage (see HERE).


In the MUNDUS VINI tasting zone, the winning wines of the 2023 Spring Tasting offer an overview of the best of what is currently on offer.


In Hall 1 you will find the VDP area (from A68) and regional stands e.g. Mosel (C100), Baden (C70),Rheinhessen (C50) and Württemberg (C31). The Maxime Herkunft Rheinhessen (Wines of Origin) (C60) and Pfalz (E29) have something on offer in the evening.

 Hall 4

Germany Plus

Industry giants including Schlumberger (E20), Henkell-Freixenet (E10), Rotkäppchen-Mumm (E09) and Grands Chais de France (E04) are in Hall 4 along with exhibitors from other countries such as England and Belgium.


The Meininger stand offers seminars from Rosé to Qvevri wine.

 Hall 5

Organic wines

In addition to associations such as Bioland (C30), Ecovin (B40) and Demeter (B30), producers like Vinaturel (C20) will also be exhibiting in Hall 5.

Packaging and design

Bottles, closures and labels are in Hall 5. Exhibitors such as Estal (C48) will present new and well-known products.


Around 160 producers from Austria will present their wines. The ÖWM can be found at stand H36.

 Hall 7

Same but different

Around 120 exhibitors from 26 countries present spirits, beers and ciders from predominantly small producers. This means that if you are looking for Latvian cider for example, go to stand C37 in hall 7. New this year is the "Same but different BAR by Denmark" (C59) run by eight Danish producers.

 Hall 9


Here you can find large companies such as Domaines Baron Rothschild (E60) and distributors with a French focus. Also spread through the two France Halls are the  Primum Familiae Vini ("Leading Wine Families”) (A60) where Antinori, Egon Müller and Vega Sicilia, amongst others, can be found.

Champagne Lounge

Around 50 Champagne producers pop the corks here, including big names like Philipponnat (D09).

 Hall 10


France's export agency Business:
France gathers generic associations such as Interloire (H120), InterRhône (F59), Sud de France (C100) and Vins de Provence (E30), along with small producers in Hall 10. The tasting zone "Le ShowRoom" will be set up at stand A111. Other exhibitors include Paul Mas (A20) and Badet Clément (G20).

 Hall 11


Spain's Chamber of Foreign Trade ICEX is present with 300 exhibitors at the fair. At H09 there is a tasting zone and numerous seminars round the programme off with tastings hosted by Weinwirtschaft writer David Schwarzwälder. The regional Rioja stand is located at E10.

 Hall 12

Rest of Europe

Perhaps the most diverse hall, with exhibitors ranging from Armenia, Georgia, Northern Macedonia, Slovenia, Romania and Hungary to Cyprus.


For Portugal, 2023 is the biggest ProWein to date. Guided tours and information about seminars are available at the Welcome Desk, stand A89.


Here is the most important information on prices, WIFI and digital helpers.

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 Hall 13


In the northern part of Hall 13 everything revolves around spirits – from Scottish or Irish whisk(e)y to Turkish raki.

New World/Latin America

The southern part of Hall 13 is mainly occupied by exhibitors from Latin America, especially Chile and Argentina, but also Uruguay.

 Hall 14 

New World

English-speaking countries from overseas are gathered in Hall 14 - especially Australia, the USA, South Africa and New Zealand. Also here as a so-called 'exotic' country is Lebanon with a generic stand.

 Hall 15


The regions of Northern Italy such as Piedmont, Lombardy, Emilia-Romagna, South Tyrol and Veneto are represented in Hall 15.

 Hall 16


Tuscany, one of the most important wine regions of Italy, is located in Hall 16. One can also find distributors with a focus on Italy, e.g. Pellegrini (G21), Vinissimo (H19), Deuna (K84) and Stoppervini (J71), as well as other large producers.

 Hall 17


In Hall 17 the rest of central and southern Italy are on show. In addition, the foreign trade agency ICE will hold seminars and  has set up a tasting zone (C39/D29).


Greece's wine world is represented  by approx. 80 exhibitors at a joint stand  in Hall 17, organised by Enterprise Greece (K37).


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Events Interviews

When the fair starts on 19 March, Peter Schmitz, former head of Messe Düsseldorf’s international contract business, will have been in charge of ProWein for only 47 days. In view of this short time period, Michael Degen, Executive Director of Messe Düsseldorf, will retain responsibility for ProWein until the end of the fair. Clemens Gerke and Alexandra Wrann spoke with Degen and Schmitz about their view of ProWein and its wider environment as well as how they want to position the fair in the future.

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