Hungarian companies to show at ProWein

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Twenty Hungarian companies will participate at the ProWein wine fair in Dusseldorf next year with the support of state farm products marketing agency Agrarmarketing Centrum.

Seventeen winemakers and three distillers of palinka, the Hungarian eau de vie, will show on more than 200qsm at the fair.

Among the exhibitors will be the vintners Tokaj Kereskedohaz, Torley, Szeremley Huba Elso Magyar Borhaza, Edegger Pinceszet, Heumann Pincaszet, Egri Korona Borhaz, Degenfeld Szolobirtok and Pfeinszl Biobirtok.

About 3,700 exhibitors will show at next year’s ProWein, to take place on March 4-6. The fair is expected to draw 40,000 professionals.

 

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