Big in Shanghai: German Wines at the ProWine China 2019
The German winemakers share a stand with the German Ministry of Food and Agriculture.
Several master classes dedicated to Riesling, Spätburgunder & Co.
In addition to the tasting counter at the German pavilion (Hall W5, Stand No. AE01), 'Wines of Germany' will also be offering several master classes daily dedicated to Riesling, Spätburgunder & Co. run by Tan Wu (Wines of Germany) and the certified German wine educators Jinyu Hou and Rachel Wang. At the degustation booth there will be also the opportunity to permanently taste a choice of winning wines at the Top 50 / Wine100 competition.
"Trocken (dry) - German Wine’s New Trend"
Additionally, Rachel Wang will present "Trocken - German Wine’s New Trend" during her seminar on November 13th from 13:15 to 14:45 at Hall W4, Forum Room 3.
The German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL) has encouraged the attendance of 34 German wine producers and five export agents through organizational and financial support which is the biggest participation ever in Mainland China.
Wines of Germany is responsible for informational support for Chinese visitors and for designing the stand's programme and events. Outside the German pavilion there are additional German producers exhibiting their portfolio together with their importers.
Growing interest by Chinese consumers
The German 2019 wine harvest has just been concluded with an estimated total yield across Germany of roughly 8.4 million hectoliters or 17 percent below the outstanding previous year and two percent below the ten-year average of 8.8 million hectoliters.
As German wine has been enjoying a growing interest by Chinese consumers the market developed to the fifth most important export destinations by value for Germany.
This year's 'Wines of Germany' exhibitors (pdf-download)
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