From morning until late afternoon, the ProWein days are dedicated to discovery, negotiation, and networking. Afterward, it's time to relax by participating in one of the many Wine & Dine opportunities, joining a champagne tasting, or perhaps visiting a fine restaurant with an extensive wine list.
Tikveš Châteaux & Domaines, with more than 1.000 hektars own vineyards is a giant in the Balkans – but yet little known in Central Europe. Their new CEO Branka Slaveska wants to change this. A ProWein masterclass on March 10 at 2 p.m. will showcase top terroir wines from the mountains.
If the American Dream were to be summarised in a single story, there would be hardly a better example than that of the Indelicato family. Founded exactly a century ago, Delicato Family Wines—a onetime small winery in Manteca, California— has evolved into a global player.
Wine Paris is experiencing steady growth, particularly with an increased international focus. Will the fair definitely move away from its franco-centric orientation? Alexandra Wrann and Robert Joseph report.
As every January, this month’s Ciatti Global Market Report looks back at the year just passed and ahead to the new one. If 2022 was characterised by rising annual inflation levels and a supply chain crisis, 2023 will be remembered for interest rates rises and slow buyer demand.
Annually, the ProWein Business Report spotlights the wine industry's paramount issues. A unanimous consensus emerges on rising costs as the primary challenge. However, opinions diverge on strategies to counteract consumption decline. Alexandra Wrann reports.
Today, despite the increase in the media attention grower-Champagnes receive, they only produce around 18% of their region's fizz - compared to 25% at the turn of the century. Robert Joseph provides the background to a statistic many may find surprising.