ProWine Mumbai announces 2023 dates for its next edition

Close on the heels of ProWine Mumbai’s 2022 edition, the 2023 edition is all geared up with a recent announcement of the show dates. Below is the official release from ProWine. Sommelier India will be partnering with ProWine again to bring you the latest news and information surrounding the exhibition, masterclasses and wine awards.

December 2022, Mumbai: The success of ProWine Mumbai 2022 in October demonstrated the need for a robust industry platform to support the rising growth and demand in India’s burgeoning wine spirits and craft beverages business. With this vision at the forefront, ProWine Mumbai accelerates to multiply the presence of the industry stakeholders for the 2023 dates.

ProWine Mumbai takes place on the 24th and 25th of November, 2023 at the Jio World Convention Centre, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai.

ProWine Mumbai is a part of the globally iconic ProWein World and is jointly organized by Messe Düsseldorf India and All Things Nice.

The exhibition, masterclasses, and India Wine Awards will once again bring together the country’s community of wine and spirit brands, importers, distributors, wholesalers, and retailers, along with international brands looking to enter the Indian market and noteworthy large-scale buyers including hotels, restaurants and bar owners.

ProWine Mumbai creates the ideal platform that the industry has been waiting for, a one-stop-shop to “meet, learn, network, and taste” all that there is to offer for both buyers and sellers.

The show offers not just an exhibition but also conducts stellar masterclasses led by industry experts that conduct premium tasting experiences and knowledge-based learning sessions. The prestigious India Wine Awards by the Sonal Holland Wine Academy will continue with this segment of the show for 2023 as part of the ProWine Mumbai Night.

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The 2022 edition boasts of participation from 19 countries with 8 dedicated country pavilions, 151 exhibitors showcasing over a thousand brands, 15 masterclasses, and a whopping 4,140 attendees.

In addition, the newly added accompanying program would include innovative panel discussions that will run alongside the show and add to the show’s highlights.

The industry can expect a stronger show with representation from key international countries and the Indian movers and shakers, the show is in full steam to be more than an exhibition.

For more information about ProWine Mumbai, please visit www.prowine.in