ProWine Mumbai, an offshoot of ProWein World, now in India

The leading trade fair organiser, Messe Düsseldorf India is constantly working on the development of innovative platforms. The latest is ProWine Mumbai, an offshoot of ProWein, the world’s No. 1 International Trade Fair for Wine and Spirits which takes place in Germany every year. In 2018, with a follow-up in 2019, ProWein Educational Campaign made its foray into India by launching masterclasses, educational seminars and promotional activities for the Wine and Spirits industry. The positive response from industry stakeholders for ProWein Educational Campaign, along with the sector’s growth forecast, prompted the creation of a full-fledged trade fair with a comprehensive conference programme.

Thus ProWein Educational Campaign became ProWine Mumbai which is scheduled to take place on 17 – 18 November 2021 at The St. Regis Mumbai. ProWine Mumbai will be jointly organised by Messe Düsseldorf India and All Things Nice, a leading wine, spirits and luxury marketing, consulting and events agency.

“We are very excited to include ProWine Mumbai to the family of ProWein World. By doing so, Messe Düsseldorf India continues to adapt its global expertise in developing new subjects to promising markets like India,” Thomas Schlitt, Managing Director, Messe Düsseldorf India, said. “This initiative creates a unique meeting point for the entire Wine and Spirit market in India, where industry experts and the community join to further the growth of the industry. We look forward to working together with Mr. Nikhil Agarwal, Founder and CEO of All Things Nice, to develop the biggest such event in India, attracting all stakeholders on one platform.”

Joining the ProWine family of events, Nikhil Agarwal, adds, “ProWein is the world’s largest trade fair for wines and spirits and we are proud to be co-organisers of this prestigious landmark event series in Mumbai. By showcasing the very best of Wine, Spirit and Craft Beer exhibitors, backed by truly inspiring and educational masterclasses, we strengthen the future development of the Indian market. Physical events with real tastings and personal networking opportunities are indispensable for the international wines and spirits industry and even more so for us in India.”

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The two-day, 2021 ProWine Mumbai event along with masterclasses led by industry speakers and experts is anticipated to be the leading international event in India for exhibitors from International and Indian wine and spirit companies. Also in the pipeline is a networking evening for the trade attended by HORECA, trade media, the wine and spirits trade, as well as a consumer tasting evening on the second evening. All Pandemic safety protocols will be in place at the venue for the trade visitors and consumers attending the event.

For further information and event updates, visit the event website