Busy place: German wine pavillion at Vinexpo Paris
From bone dry Riesling via Silvaner, Lemberger, Spätburgunder, Sekt, Natural Wine etc. all the way to Beerenauslese and Eiswein. The German wine stand in hall 7.1 H37 at Vinexpo Paris is a very busy place to be ...Read more
Wines of Germany's Forum Japan meets above-average interest
"Is the Japanese wine market the export market of the future for the German wine industry?" With this question, the managing director of the German Wine Institute (DWI), Monika Reule, opened the 'DWI Forum Japan' in Mainz on February 6, 2020, which was launched due to a positive export trend to Japan.
You love trains, German Wine and fairytale castles?
The Guardian recommends the most scenic train journeys of Europe. For fans of German wine and fairytale castles it is the route along the Rhine from Mainz to Cologne across the Middle Rhine Valley.Read more
Wines of Germany awards outstanding WSET-students
On the 21st January, Charmaine Lall from Black Stallion Estate Winery in Napa, California and Patrik Sandberg from Systembolaget, Stockholm were both awarded a study trip as a guest of Wines of Germany by Nicky Forrest, Director of Wines of Germany UK.Read more
Media reach of The German Wine Institute continues to rise
Despite the constant global competition for topics and headlines, The German Wine Institute (DWI) was able to further expand its media reach. The DWI's annual analysis revealed a total reach of 897 million readers in 2019.Read more
Japan: Wines of Germany outperforms competitors
According to latest figures of Japanese customs, Wines of Germany is the best European performer for still wine imports.Read more
"R"-events and ClinkDifferent: dense program in 2020
In coordination with all circles in the German wine industry, the German Wine Institute (DWI) has planned a dense program of measures in the new year. It aims to further increase the positive image of our wines among wine consumers at home and abroad.Read more
Wines of Germany gains influence according to Wine-Searcher.com
Germany is amoung the top 10 wine countries on Wine-Searcher.com. Looking into the world's biggest wine database there is precious little difference in the rankings, but plenty of difference in how different countries – and their regions – are trending.Read more
2019 Harvest Report by Winegrowing Regions
Germany's 2019 vintage will be remembered for its very high quality. "The young 2019 white wines are already showing intense aromas and good balance, with an attractive and refreshing acidity. The reds are currently resting in the cellars, but all indications suggest rich colors, a velvety mouthfeel and tremendous potential ahead," the German Wine...Read more
Google Trends proves growing popularity of mulled wine
During the advent and Christmas season, mulled wines are on high demand in Germany. They are being produced by winemakers, cooperatives and cellars alike. A Google Trends analysis shows that @Glühwein" is searched online twice as often as ten years ago.