Record attendance from Germany at Vinexpo Paris – German Pavilion in Hall 5/2 G 069, G049, F049.

From 12 to 14 February 2024, the German Wine Institute (DWI) will be presenting a representative selection of wines and sparkling wines from the German wine-growing regions at this year’s Wine Paris & Vinexpo international wine trade fair. The joint booth of the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL) is located in the German Pavilion in Hall 5/2 G 069, G049, F049.

With a total of 45 wine producers from eight wine regions, the number of participants has reached a new record. In addition to their own portfolio of high-quality wines, the exhibitors will also present one wine each at the DWI tasting counter, where a wide range of selected German red, white, rosé and sparkling wines will be available for tasting on all three days of the fair. In addition to the German flagship grape varieties Riesling and Spätburgunder the range also includes white Burgundy varieties and regional specialities such as Silvaner and Scheurebe. In line with current wine trends, PIWI grape varieties such as Sauvignac as well as alcohol-free and low-alcohol wines will also be on offer.

”We are delighted that so many local wine producers are taking the opportunity to present their products to an international audience of wine experts and thus represent the diversity of German wines,” explained DWI Managing Director Monika Reule. The German ambassador to France, Stephan Steinlein, is also expected to visit the booth.

Varied seminar programme

On all three days of the trade fair, there will be a varied programme of seminars and themed tastings at the joint booth. On Monday morning, the focus will be on ”Riesling Kabinett – The Light Side of Life”, on Tuesday the focus will be on ”Licence to Sparkle: German Premium Sekt” and mature wines, and on Wednesday ”Germany’s Dream Team: Riesling+Pinot Noir” will be presented. In addition, winegrowers themselves will be organizing seminars at the joint stand for the first time.

In addition to the team from the German Wine Institute, German Wine Queen Eva Brockmann will be on hand to answer questions from trade visitors.

Further information: Ulrike Bahm: +49 6135 – 93 23-259 / +49 15142231113

Official German participation in Wine Paris /Vinexpo Paris

(according to wine growing regions)

Wine producers at the BMEL joint standWine regionBooth number
Winery Schloss NeuweierBadenG049/05
Winery Martin WaßmerBadenG049/06
Winery StiglerBadenG049/04
Weinhaus Heger OHGBadenG049/02
Winery Andreas LaibleBadenG049/03
Winery JülgBadenG049/12
Winery Bernhard HuberBadenG049/15
Winery Franz Keller GmbH & Co KGBadenG049/01
Oberkircher Winzer eGBadenG049/11
Weinmanufaktur Gengenbach-Offenburg eGBadenG049/07
Winery Schloss Hallburg, Count von SchönbornFrankenG049/10
Schmitt Söhne GmbHMoselG069/14
Einig-Zenzen GmbH & Co KGMoselG069/07 & 08
Mo-Rhe-Na GmbHMoselG069/15
Villa Huesgen wineryMoselG069/15
Winery Markus MolitorMoselG069/16
Winery HAART GbRMoselG069/05
Winery Fritz HaagMoselG069/06
Winery Nikolaus KöwerichMoselG069/02
Reichsgraf von Kesselstatt GmbHMoselG069/03
Winery of HövelMoselG069/04
Winery Schloss LieserMoselG069/01
Winery Josef Milz KGMoselG069/17
Günther Schlink GmbHNaheG049/09
Winery TeschNaheG049/08
Weinhaus Franz Hahn GmbH & Co KGPfalzG069/12
Winery FaubelPfalzG069/13
Winery Rings GbRPfalzG049/14
Winery Dr Josef Köhr GbRPfalzG069/11
Winery KünstlerRheingauG069/10
Winery RiffelRheinhessenF049/06
Weinmanufaktur Frey GmbHRheinhessenF049/13
Winery Oekonomierat Johann GeilRheinhessenF049/14
Winery Rappenhof GbRRheinhessenF049/04
Winery GutzlerRheinhessenF049/01
Winery BäderRheinhessenF049/10
Weinvertrieb Julius GbRRheinhessenF049/02
KESSLER-ZINK GmbHRheinhessenF049/03
Weingut Knewitz GbRRheinhessenG049/13
Winery Gustavshof GbRRheinhessenF049/15
Neverland VineyardsRheinhessenF049/05
Winery Brüder Dr.Becker GbRRheinhessenF049/11
Winery Lisa Bunn and Bastian StrebelRheinhessenF049/12
Sekt-und Weinmanufaktur StengelWürttemberg
United Winemakers of Germany est. 2019 GmbHdiverseF049/08