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News
02/20/2017

Stable wine consumption in Germany

Germany´s wine consumption remained largely unchanged in the past financial year at 20.6 litres (+0.1 l) per capita compared with the same period last year. Such was the announcement of the German Wine Institute (DWI) based on the wine consumption data compiled for the DWI by the German Winegrowers Association.

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Branchennews
02/17/2017

Top-flight Pinot Noir wines at the Pinot Noir-Symposium

At this year's Pinot Noir-Symposium on the 11th and 12th of March 2017 50 highly regarded German and international wine producers will present more than 200 top-flight Pinot Noir wines.

 

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News
01/26/2017

Wines of Germany announces new Riesling Fellows

Last night’s Riesling Fellowship saw top German wine producers and members of the UK and international trade gather at Vintners’ Hall in London for a gala dinner to honour four new Riesling Fellows. This year’s event focused on Riesling Sekt, celebrating the quality renaissance that has been driven by German Sekt producers in recent years.

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Meldungen aus dem DWI
01/25/2017

China: Awareness for Riesling and Pinot Noir continues to rise

Riesling and Pinot Noir (Spätburgunder) are in the Top5 grape varieties regarding awareness, consumption and conversion amongst all Chinese urban upper-middle class wine drinkers. According to a 'wine intelligence' study 44 percent of this group are aware of Germany as a wine-producing country.

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Presse
01/16/2017

Wines of Germany presents aromatic varieties at ProWein

"Bursting with Flavor: Germany's Aromatics" - Such is the slogan of the German Wine Institute (Wines of Germany, DWI) at this year´s ProWein Trade Fair in Düsseldorf. From 19 - 21 March, some twenty still and sparkling wines from different aromatic varieties will be available for tasting at the DWI Pavilion in Hall 13 (13A90).

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News
01/11/2017

Icewine 2016/17: Germany's lucky strike

The current icewine-season 2016/17 turned out to be very successful for Germany. Deeply frozen grapes were being harvested starting november 21st 2016 in Saxony. After insular reports from that region most of the other 12 wine growing regions brought in their icewine crop the following weeks in december.

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News
01/09/2017

Danes go for Riesling

Wines of Germany have decided to clarify the Danes’ wine preferences. The study shows large differences in habits between regions and age groups. The first place of popularity of white wines holds Riesling, while concerning red wines the Danish population ranks Pinot Noir among the top 3 most preferred grape varieties.

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News
01/09/2017

Wines of Germany: Best value for money in Denmark

A study of wine preferences among Danes made by Wines of Germany shows that the price is very important, when Danes go shopping for wine. The majority of Danes choose wines at a cost between 50 and 99 kroner (correlating 7 respectively 13 Euros), whether it is for a dinner party or an everyday wine.

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News
12/20/2016

New management for German Wine Institute (DWI) office in Sweden

“Wines of Germany” Sweden will come under new management from January 2017. Following a Europe-wide call for tenders by the German Wine Institute (DWI), the Ehrenberg Kommunikation agency, which has been in charge of the DWI representation in Denmark since the beginning of 2016, will now also take over the Swedish offices in Malmö and Stockholm.

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News
12/16/2016

Singapore: Germany achieves "Red Wine of the Year" Award

Some 31 importers submitted a wide range of wines from 13 countries to take part in Singaporean 'The Peak Selections: Gourmet & Travel' Competition called "G top 100". Among these exquisite wines, the judges singled out six outstanding labels. "Red Wine of The Year" is Rudolf Furst Winery with Centgrafenberg Pinot Noir 2013.

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