Tedeschi at ProWein 2015
From 15 to 17 March, Tedeschi (www.tedeschiwines.com) will attend a very important event for the wine market: ProWein (www.prowein.com). It is the most qualified and specialized trade fair for wine in Germany and it is held every year in Düsseldorf. ProWein is only open to professionals of the wine business and witnessed a growing number of exhibitors and visitors over the last years, becoming more and more international. Its easy accessibility to services, the quality of its infrastructure and the efficient logistic services make this fair one of the most dynamic and modern in Europe.
You can discover the surprises that Tedeschi has in store for you in 2015 at hall 16 stand C81 area Kessler Konsulting.
The whole city of Düsseldorf will be bustling with life for this fair attended by specialized visitors from all across the world. All complemented by a huge range of evening events for all wine lovers. Tedeschi will attend the legendary Falstaff Big Bottle Party, the fabulous party that the prestigious magazine Falstaff organizes on the eve of ProWein. Together with 13 famous Italian wine producers, Tedeschi and its excellent wines will represent Valpolicella. Guests will be able to taste wines accompanied by culinary delicacies and live music in one of the most exclusive locations in town (Tafelsilber, Schluterstrasse 10, 40235 Düsseldorf). It is an ideal opportunity to meet the Tedeschi family in person.
“We are proud to attend this fair that has become more and more important over the years. Beside meeting German customers, we will get the opportunity to introduce our products to many foreign customers and meet customers from all over the world, from Canada to Brazil, from Russia to Asia,” said Sabrina Tedeschi. “This year is very important for us Italians since we will be hosting the Expo under the central theme Feeding the planet, energy for life. Our job is not only to export our products but also our culture and its peculiarities, thus inviting people to come and visit us during the months of the Expo.”