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04/08/2009

German Wine Institute and Lufthansa Agree on Joint Cooperation

The German Wine Institute and Lufthansa have agreed to a long-term, strategic partnership. The goal is to foster a greater appreciation of quality wines "made in Germany" among the premium airline’s clientele. Speaking at the ProWein international wine trade fair in Düsseldorf, the head of Lufthansa’s inflight service sector, Dr. Ingo Bülow,...

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03/26/2009

German Wine Exports Weather the Economic Crisis

Despite the difficult economic environment, the German Wine Institute/Mainz reports that German wine exports showed posted growth in 2008. At a press conference just prior to the international wine trade fair ProWein in Düsseldorf, the institute’s managing director, Monika Reule, announced that in 2008, German wine exports increased 11% (reaching...

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03/26/2009

German Wine Exports Weather the Economic Crisis

Despite the difficult economic environment, the German Wine Institute/Mainz reports that German wine exports showed posted growth in 2008. At a press conference just prior to the international wine trade fair ProWein in Düsseldorf, the institute’s managing director, Monika Reule, announced that in 2008, German wine exports increased 11% (reaching...

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News
11/10/2008

Wine-growers Satisfied with Vintage 2008

With very few exceptions, the grape harvest in Germany has ended. The crop yielded good to very good QbA and Prädikat wines in all regions. While the proportion of QbA in 2008 is somewhat higher than last year, top qualities with more than 200 degrees Oechsle could be harvested here and there.

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11/10/2008

Wine-growers Satisfied with Vintage 2008

With very few exceptions, the grape harvest in Germany has ended. The crop yielded good to very good QbA and Prädikat wines in all regions. While the proportion of QbA in 2008 is somewhat higher than last year, top qualities with more than 200 degrees Oechsle could be harvested here and there.

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News
10/22/2008

Welcome to WeinSensorium - Experience Wine with all the Senses

With its WeinSensorium in front of Berlins main train station, the German Wine Institute/Mainz offers the people of Berlin an entertaining way to learn much about German wine. The exhibition takes place under the patronage of Horst Seehofer, the Federal Minister of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection, and is open daily from 24 October to 2...

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10/22/2008

Welcome to WeinSensorium - Experience Wine with all the Senses

With its WeinSensorium in front of Berlins main train station, the German Wine Institute/Mainz offers the people of Berlin an entertaining way to learn much about German wine. The exhibition takes place under the patronage of Horst Seehofer, the Federal Minister of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection, and is open daily from 24 October to 2...

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News
06/19/2008

In Vogue: German Light Wines  

Light, fruity wines that are low in alcohol are ideal summer wines and a trademark of German vintners, whose vineyards are among the most northerly in the world, and where conditions for producing light wines are ideal. According to Ernst Büscher of the German Wine Institute in Mainz: "In Germany's wine-growing regions, grapes have a very long time...

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06/19/2008

In Vogue: German Light Wines  

Light, fruity wines that are low in alcohol are ideal summer wines and a trademark of German vintners, whose vineyards are among the most northerly in the world, and where conditions for producing light wines are ideal. According to Ernst Büscher of the German Wine Institute in Mainz: "In Germany's wine-growing regions, grapes have a very long time...

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10/18/2007

German Vintage 2007 is Superb

As this year’s grape harvest comes to an end, wine-growers in all 13 German wine-growing regions are thoroughly satisfied. Monika Reule, managing director of the Geman Wine Institute/Mainz, is glad that “everything went well this year” and added that “not only are this year’s qualities above average, but also the quantities harvested – currently...

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