Our first visit at ProWein

Our first visit at ProWein

Our first ProWein is now in the books! We are happy to have met so many incredible people in the wine industry from all around the globe. 15k steps a day and many tasted wines didn’t leave much time for pictures, but we managed to put up a list of the wine that impressed us the most. The order is purely chronological and not preferential. 

1. Troballa Garnatxa Blanca 2021 from Mas Blanchi i Jove, ES

2. Panxut Parcela Unica - Ontinyent 2020 from Can' Leandro, ES

3. Arkuri 2019 from Noah of Areni, Armenia

4. Zghihara de Husi 2021 from Domeniile Averesti, RO

5. Faurar Alb de Ceptura DOC Dealu Mare 2020 from DAVINO, RO

6. Rossinyol Organic Cava from Bolet, ES 

7. Non Alcoholic Prosecco from Oddbird, SE

8. Non Alcoholic Rosé Prikelnd 2020 from Kolonne Null, Berlin, DE

9. III Lustros Brut Nature 2013 from Gramona, ES


Can' Leandro vineyard stand at ProWein 2022

We came back full of inspiration and energy, as our business is growing and so many things are happening at the same time. Here is a little summary our meetings there:

🍾 + 🚗 finally meeting in person 2 of our favourite alcohol free producers Oddbird and Kolonne Null and tasting their full range of products. We truly believe people who can’t and/or don’t want to consume alcohol are entitled to have alternatives and we look forward to offering that to our Pointer Wine Glass customers.

🛖 “going back home” to Romania and tasting wonderful familiar wines from Viile Metamorfosis, Davino and Domeniile Averesti. We are very keen to add Romanian wines to your picnic bags and are we’re getting closer and closer to that. (Stay tuned for our product launch on June 1st)

📦 getting excited about Pointer Wine Glass packaging for our upcoming products together with Karl Kanuer and Greca Packaging

🥂 amazing introduction to the world of Corpinnat at Gramona wineries through the eyes of Johanna

🗺 mini-tour of small Spanish vineyards, together with Mas Blanchi i Jove, Bolat and Can' Leandro and the very passionated people behind their wines

🧳 travelling to Armenia together with the wines from NOA Winery and discovering some of the fantastic local varieties such as Voskehat, Khatoun and Areni 

📰 having enthusiastic talks about Pointer Wine Glass with lovely Nadine from Food and Travel Germany


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