Hungarian wine cellars attend ProWein expo

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Nearly two dozen Hungarian vintners attended this year’s ProWein wine expo in Dusseldorf, showing at individual stands over the three-day event, which ended yesterday, according to reports.

More than twenty wineries showed their wines as part of the 250 sqm national stand hosted by the Hungarian state-owned tourism agency Magyar Turizmus’s farm marketing directorate, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.

The expo in Dusseldorf was attended by approximately 6,000 exhibitors from 57 countries, and attracted an estimated 52,000 visitors, according to reports.

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