» Why You Should be Going to Prowein
By Gregory Dal Piaz
The Italian hall is the largest component of ProWein, and while this image may not completely convey the scale of their hall, it can at least give a glimpse at the layout and size.
I assumed it was in Germany. it is. Dusseldorf, this year and maybe every year. It looks incredibly organized which helps decrease how overwhelming it probably really is!
Mar 29, 2014 at
It's incredibly well organized and in spite of hosting 48000 visitors (and nearly 5000 exhibitors) this year, it never felt overly busy or stressful. My only problem was that the relaxed pace kept me from visiting even a 10th of what I had on my schedule! Champagne lounge not to be missed... Do note, however, that this is a trade event only and they are quite strict on enforcing that... It's part of why it is so good!
Mar 30, 2014 at
Excellent resume! And, as an exhibitor in the organic wine section, I do confirm we were a bit (quite a bit!) isolated... Hopefully next year the location will be better, as you say!
Mar 31, 2014 at
Walking for AN HOUR OR TWO between pavilions??? I can see 10 minutes, but are the pavilions really that far apart? If so, I'll return to Vinitaly where it's usually just a 20-meter walk between buildings..... usually in a downpour......
Apr 17, 2014 at
Ha! Sorry that is cumulative as you walk from seminar to appointment, back to someone you only noticed in passing, to lunch, to the Champagne lounge. It makes for a busy, and active day.
Apr 17, 2014 at