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ProWein 2022: More than 38,000 Expert Trade Visitors and 5,700 Exhibitors from 62 Countries

After a pandemic-related break, this year’s ProWein has made an impressive comeback: On three days we had the chance to meet familiar faces from Geisenheim, inform “new faces” about our research and industry projects and give an overview of our wide-ranging degree programs with a special emphasis on...

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Geisenheim Joins Green Wine Future 2022

Green Wine Future 2022 will be the biggest environmental conference ever organized in the wine sector. The online conference from May 23 - 26, 2022 addresses subjects such as sustainability and climate change in viticulture and is broadcasted in four languages simultaneously (English, Spanish,...

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Thirsty for knowledge? Come and see us face-to-face at ProWein!

Visit our booth in hall 1 / A63 and get to know our latest research and industry projects. Our trade fair team is particularly excited to tell you more about our degree programs and find the right choice for you.

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Developing Tools to Assess the Economic Impact of Wine Regions: Geisenheim Scientist Takes the Lead

Last year, the International Organization of Vine and Wine (OIV) and the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) signed a Memorandum of Understanding to join forces in the field of wine tourism. The main objective of this cooperation is to develop a tool to estimate the economic importance of wine...

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Geisenheim Scientists Analyze Winegrowers' Response to the Corona Pandemic and their Approaches for a Sustainable Development of Wine Tourism

In an article recently published in the scientific journal Sustainability, Prof. Dr. Gergely Szolnoki from the Department of Wine and Beverage Business at Hochschule Geisenhem University and his team describe how wineries have responded to the corona crisis, and analyze new sustainability strategies...

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BDO Web Seminar Discusses Effects on German and Ukrainian Wine Industry

Sometimes the words of a ten-year old can move you to tears. That’s how many participants of the BDO seminar on March 31, 2022 felt like because the first web seminar after the relaunch turned out to be a very emotional event. It focused on the exchange with Ukrainian colleagues affected by the...

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Review: WOW Conference “Sustainable Wine Tourism“

More than 150 students, scientists and people from the wine tourism industry, mainly wineries and wine tour operators, from Greece, Germany, Italy, Portugal, France, Hungary and more, participated to the two-day hybrid conference on sustainable wine tourism, hosted at Hochschule Geisenheim...

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5th ProWein Business Report: The Wine Industry Looks Positively at Post-Covid Times and Focuses on Sustainability

The 2021 ProWein Business Report marks the fifth anniversary of the successful cooperation between Hochschule Geisenheim University and ProWein, the world’s leading trade fair for wines and spirits. Every year since 2017, Prof. Dr. Simone Loose, Head of the Department of Wine and Beverage Business,...

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