TopWine China 2013 Newsletter
Issue: 168 / 2012

Hi everyone! How are you doing today?
Winemaking is equally a science and an art. Wine drinking results in inspired thinking. Although wine is not a traditional beverage, China's consumers are increasingly open to new tastes and experiences from the Old World and New World wineries.

This newsletter is designed to keep both, winemakers from all over the world and wine consumers from China and the Asia Pacific, up to date with the latest developments and provide you with useful information about the TopWine China Exhibition and Conference.

New Brochures
Five different languages


As Organisers of the successful TopWine China exhibition we are proud to announce the launch of the TopWine China 2013 brochure in five different languages, namely English, German, French, Italian, and Spanish.

For the Chinese market there is also a special brochure in the Chinese language. The new brochure will feature the success of TopWine China 2012 and decisive reasons for participating at TopWine China 2013.

You can download each of the 5 text versions from the website.

In case you want the Chinese version send us an email.


New Website
Now online! 


The organisers of TopWine China 2013 are also pleased to announce the release of the new website. The new site has been redesigned with a fresh new look and updated information. Additionally, the new site provides an application form which you can fill in and submit in order to participate at our event in June 2013 in Beijing.

Site Features:
* Photo impression TopWine China 2012
* Why exhibit on TopWine China 2013?
* Event info
* Visitor profile
* Online application form
* Lay out of shell scheme stand
* Marketing exposure
* Social media interfaces

It would mean the world to us if you visit the new site. Enjoy!!!



TopWine China 2013  

Social Media Pages
Now online! 


Welcome to the official TopWine China Facebook page, your resource for the latest news from TopWine China! Check back often for the latest news on wine in general and in China.

To begin, the page needs 15 likes before we start using it officially. This is to ensure the page does what it was designed to do. The sooner you guys like the page, the sooner we can get it underway properly!

Facebook link:


We also created an event page on LinkedIn:


In This Issue
New Brochures
New Website
Social Media Pages
Quick Links
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