More than 50 Greek wine labels in ProWine China fair

Οver 50 labels of Greek wine were presented at the Shanghai International Trade Fair for Wines and Spirits, “ProWine China”, which opened its doors on Tuesday and will run until 14 November. The Greek pavilion, organised by Enterpise Greece, hosts seven wineries with wines representing a broad range of white, red, sparkling, rose and  sweet wines as well as the traditional tsipouro with designations of origin from Zitsa, Mantineia, Santorini, Samos and Mount Athos. The large majority of the wines are from Greek varietes and are already available in stores in China.

ProWine China is in its 6th year of operation. Last year’s exhibition included 750 wine producers and distributors from 39 countries, with the number of commercial visitors totaling 18,900, up 33.2 pct from 2017.

One Reply to “More than 50 Greek wine labels in ProWine China fair”

  1. You have to be pretty hard up to consider the PLA a market , The largest body of people under a centrist communist controlled godless country with massive” human right abuse” Tibet” alone should have them kept them out of any Christian countries trade deals (greed over/rules morality or logic).. What is the logic behind any affiliation with communism (You even voted in a poster boy PM that bragged about his party affiliation with communism) . weird country / now there going to bury you in toxic waste from tourism (where do those great big massive tourist ship dump there waste ? I wouldn’t be surprised if it was in your back yard some place (what do they do with there waste at the port of call)? you have no waste depot / you still have a hidden waste site consider the most contaminated in the E/U ..Doesn’t that make you proud where did those clean-up funds go ? It was part of the E/U compliance program ???????????????????????????????????????//

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