Part of the ProWein World Series of leading wines and spirits trade fairs, the 3rd edition of ProWine Singapore returns with a trade-focused platform for international wine producers to reach out to key importers, distributors and suppliers.
A regional event of ProWein Düsseldorf and the largest in Southeast Asia, ProWine Singapore – the region’s wine hub, will feature a wide representation of international wine and spirit labels, an extensive scope of solutions and concepts for the region’s diverse consumer markets, as well as specialised masterclasses and seminars by industry speakers.
Jointly organised by Informa Markets and Messe Düsseldorf Asia and held alongside FHA-Food & Beverage, which is set to draw some 48,000 attendees and 2,000 exhibitors, ProWine in Singapore provides an opportune setting to forge new industry networks across the synergistic wines and spirits, food and hospitality sectors.
Address growing markets which are only starting to open for wine.
Top 6 visitor markets: Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam
from 20 countries, 41% came from overseas
from 30 countries, 15 national pavilions and country groups
Extensive exhibit profile and showcase Broad representation of international wine and spirit labels, an extensive scope of solutions and concepts for the region’s diverse consumer markets
One-stop shop: Synergies between food and hospitality, wines and spirits Benefit from the cross-value as a result of the co-staging of ProWine Asia (Singapore) 2020 and FHA-Food & Beverage and build strong collaborations and business contacts with the food and hospitality industry
Skills and knowledge transfer platform A full programme offering a varied range of activities will complement the show floors. These include specialised masterclasses and seminars by Masters of Wine and industry speakers, making ProWine Asia (Singapore) the gathering point for wine insights and knowledge
Strong regional visitor base with more than 40% of visitors coming from ASEAN countries
The trade fair in facts & figures
Profile data of 2018
Number of visitors:
Visitors came from:
47% came from overseas, including Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines