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Hong Kong - the New Destination for ProWein by Sean Gu 12/09/2016  

ProWein Dusseldorf has grown to become the world’s largest meeting place for the global wines & spirits industry.

In recent years, ProWein World’s family of international trade shows broadened its industry reach even further by spanning across the Asia-Pacific thru ProWine China and ProWine Asia.

During 8 – 11 May 2017, the next ProWine Asia will be held in Hong Kong, assembling a wealth of globally-established wines and spirits labels with distributors and industry power buyers.

Hong Kong’s free-trade policy, robust tourist traffic, and optimal location within the APAC region are just a few reasons for a whopping $15 Billion HKD of wines & spirits imports and re-exports last year – and an ideal location for ProWine Asia.

Gateway to a World of Wines

ProWine Asia’s business expansion springboard connects producers large and small to the booming markets across the Asia-Pacific.

The tremendous opportunities offered by not only Hong Kong’s affluent marketplace, but as a gateway to the booming Southeast Asian marketplace have attracted a wide demographic of eager exhibitors.

Producers from Europe’s traditional wine-regions - France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, and Austria have already reserved exhibition space in Hong Kong, while those from Australia, Canada, South Africa and New Zealand confirming as well.

A Prolific Platform for Business Expansion

A variety of on-site amenities will be offered to attendees. ProWine Asia 2017 once again invites visitors to connect and relax in the Champagne and Whisky Lounges, the latter organized

by Whisky Magazine, a UK-based professional publication providing a broad variety of this trendy spirit during the trade fair.

Also featured on the program are the exciting Decanter Asian Wine Awards and seminars by industry professionals including Jancis Robinson (award winning wine writer, world renowned wine critic) and Eddie Mcdougal (winemaker, wine judge, host of The Flying Winemaker TV series).

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