A Brief Overview of WeinHerbst Munich
WeinHerbst Munich celebrates German winegrowers and wineries, and acts as a meeting point for the country’s wine industry. The regional wine fair has grown to be an entry point for foreign labels and attracts a growing number of international visitors from around the world. Get your company on the map and survey the newest assortment of wines. The trade fair makes it easy to stand out and find the ideal audience for you.
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Why Your Visit Is Worth It
Germany is known for its wine culture and WeinHerbst Munich presents great opportunities to get your name out there and penetrate the German market. You’ll get direct feedback from the general public and also connect with trade visitors, who are looking to source new wines. The wine fair promises a quick return on investment. Have a look at the numbers from the previous edition:
- 900+ wines available for tastings
- 100+ exhibitors in total
- 1400 square metres of exhibition space available.
WeinHerbst Munich is held every single year towards the end of October. The weekend fair is a popular event that attracts thousands in Munich and around Germany. Editions take place at the Praterinsel, which is the perfect venue to entertain such a large audience. Exhibitors take over the authentic vaulted cellars of the former Riemerschmidt liqueur factory.
Most visitors are German nationals, so you get a chance to find out their tastes and preferences. WeinHerbst Munich offers exhibitors the perfect platform to reach as many qualified buyers. The product assortment focuses on the newest vintages from the previous year. Red Burgundy varieties are the star of the show just in time for the roasting season.
Wineries have the opportunities to present their vintages and talk about their winemaking process. In addition, there are several tastings to convince buyers of the quality of each wine. WeinHerbst Munich truly provides the right conditions to boost sales numbers and attract new customers.
Who Are You Going to Meet?
WeinHerbst Munich features producers from Germany. There are winegrowers, wineries and wine growers' cooperatives from popular local regions such as the Moselle, Saar, Ruwer, Nahe, Pfalz, Franconia, Rheinhessen, Baden, Württemberg.
Over the years, the wine fair has become the go-to showroom for other wine regions. First in West Europe (Italy, Spain, France and Austria), then globally (Australia, South Africa and Chile).