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Due to the Covid-19 protection ordinance passed in August 2021, Messe Düsseldorf is entering the concrete planning stage for ProWein 2022, which is scheduled to take place again from 27 to 29 March after a two-year break. Through central registration and adherence to the 3G rules (Tested, Vaccinated, Convalescent), the organisers want to make it possible for the fair to run smoothly. For example, ProWein 2022 will be extended by three halls to widen the aisles between the individual stands to four to six metres (previously three metres) and to guarantee the distance rule of 1.5 metres. According to the plans, visitors will be able to taste in all 13 halls. In addition, tastings should again be simple and unbureaucratic; registration is not necessary at each individual stand. Even tastings at the boundaries of the stands are permitted, provided certain rules are observed.

Despite the three additional halls, the rented exhibition space will not increase, explained Michael Degen, Executive Director Messe Düsseldorf. The existing exhibitors and visitors will only be provided with more space. According to Messe Düsseldorf, the current hall plan is as follows:

Halls 1, 4 and 5: Germany
Hall 5: Austria and Europe
Hall 7.0: same but different
Halls 9 to 11: France
Hall 11: Europe and spirits
Hall 12: Overseas
Hall 13: Portugal
Halls 13 and 14: Spain
Hall 15: Europe
Halls 15 to 17: Italy
Hall 17: Europe

( ru / Source and photo: Messe Düsseldorf)