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Explore Australia's Diverse and Thrilling Wine Scene at ProWein 2020

Posted on February 19, 2020

Why should you plan a visit to our stand? Five reasons...

1.  A snapshot of Australian wine in one place 

500+ wines from 96 producers across 32 regions (list and floor plan)

From the iconic to the lesser known – such as Barossa Valley, Yarra Valley and Margaret River, and Orange, Pyrenees and Pemberton

35 different varieties, including alternatives such as Assyrtiko, Fiano, Nebbiolo, Tempranillo and Saperavi

2.  Visiting winemakers and winery owners

Meet Johann Henschke (Henschke), Karen Spedding (Ten Minutes by Tractor), Mike Brown (Gemtree Wines – Biodynamic and Organic), Paul Holmes à Court (Vasse Felix), Charlie O'Brien (Silent Noise Wines), Hunter Smith (Frankland Estate) and Allister Ashmead (Elderton Wines) amongst others 

3.  Exciting events every day

12 on-stand events plus a master class in the Forum in Hall 10

Themes include Iconic Shiraz, Sparkling Australia, Riesling Rediscovered, Margaret River Chardonnay, and McLaren Vale – championing sustainability

The Australian Wine Bar – the place for great wine and conversation

View the events timetable. We aren’t taking registrations for events, just turn up on the day

4.  Returning friends and new faces

Returning to our stand to showcase new releases and the latest vintages: d’Arenberg, Jim Barry Wines, Kay Brothers, Langmeil Winery and more 

New to our stand and to ProWein: Henschke, Kangarilla Road, Lambert Estate Wines, Maxwell Wines, Mitolo Wines, Seppeltsfield and more

5.  Australian Wine Discovered

Visit the stand anytime to explore our education program, learn about the content and how it can be used

200+ downloadable resources including educator guides, editable presentations, videos, maps, tasting mats and more

All you need to know about Australian wine, free to use and completely flexible


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