A Brief Overview of WeinDüsseldorfFrühling
Come and appreciate the rich assortment of wines from the German region and beyond at the very popular WeinFrühling Düsseldorf. The international trade fair has strong roots in the German wine growing area and is the perfect platform to explore the market and professionals. You’re able to sample, learn and participate in the wine culture of the region. It’s an event you should not miss for the world.
If you’ve set your sights on attending, you need to book hotels for WeinFrühling Düsseldorf ahead of time to get the most out of early discounts and offers. GETA ltd has been working in the business travel industry for over a decade and accommodates clients at every price point. You’re able to make terrific savings no matter how much you’re willing to play. Large groups are more than welcome. We make sure to provide you with hotels close to the Rheinterrasse in Dusseldorf. You get to reach the exhibition grounds in minutes and have access to public transportation. GETA ltd is also here to provide rent-a-cars and airport transfers.
Why Your Visit Is Worth It
The wine fair has much to offer to exhibitors, who want to make an impression and position their brand on the German market. It’s the perfect venue to connect with a fiercely loyal audience and several serious buyers as well as meet with end consumers. The cost makes it all the more worth it to compete with fewer exhibitors. These are the key numbers from the last edition:
- 900 wines available for tastings
- 110 exhibitors in total
- 1400 square metres of exhibition space available.
WeinFrühling Düsseldorf is an annual trade fair that takes place over the course of a weekend at the start of March. Editions are held at the Radschlägersaal of the Rheinterrasse and provide an excellent opportunity for exhibitors to get direct feedback from the German audience. There’s a lot to discover from red and white wines to summer wines and even olive oils. Wineries are also able to present their vintages and give detailed information on each, turning the trade fair into a knowledge exchange platform. Plus, each day is packed with wine tasting events – the most direct and efficient way to generate sales leads.
Who Are You Going to Meet?
WeinFrühling Düsseldorf is home to producers from Germany and around the world. You’ll sit side by side with winegrowers, wineries and wine growers' cooperatives from popular local regions such as the Moselle, Saar, Ruwer, Nahe, Franconia, Rheinhessen, Pfalz, Baden, Württemberg. The list extends to other major European regions such as Italy, Spain, France and Austria. In recent years, the trade fair has managed to expand further internationally. Now you see independent winegrowers and family wineries from as far away as Australia, South Africa and Chile. There are a lot of opportunities to connect with local buyers and find an effective sales channel to get your vintages placed internationally.