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Great Wine Capital Mainz: Best of Wine Tourism-Awards 2020
Which companies or initiatives stand out for their special wine tourism offers? A specialist jury discussed this question in the Great Wine Capital Mainz and found the Rheinhessen Prize winners in seven categories of the Best Of Wine Tourism Awards 2020. At the end of September these will be awarded.Read more
Japanese influencers visit Germany's wine growing regions
"Modernity and tradition - German wines as ideal partners for a modern lifestyle". This was the claim of a press trip organized by The German Wine Institute (DWI) for Japanese influencers for the very first time.
Labor Day: it's meant for aromas, flavors and friends
When you think of Labor Day, you think of food, wine, family and friends. You may enjoy a trip to the beach, a picnic in the park, an end of summer BBQ blowout or something else. It’s a weekend meant for camaraderie and fun, i.e. aromas, flavors and friends.Read more
Optimistic start to the vintage 2019 in Germany
According to The German Wine Institute (DWI) winelovers can look forward to fresh, fruity new wines regarding the vintage 2019. On the occasion of the vintage start for partially fermented young wine, DWI gives an overview of the current situation in Germany's vineyards.Read more
Germany's Wine Ambassadors' Workshop
Six weeks before this year's 71st election of the German Wine Queen, the German Wine Institute (DWI) has invited the applicants from twelve German growing regions to a preparatory seminar in Neustadt an der Weinstraße.Read more
First grapes for the production of new wine harvested in Germany
In Lörzweiler, in the Rhineland-Hesse region, the first grapes of the year were harvested on august 13th 2019. This is about a week later than in the previous year.
Wines of Germany @ Latitude festival in UK
Wines of Germany UK took a bit of Berlin to Latitude Festival! The Berlin Bar went to Suffolk to share its cool, crisp and refreshing wines with festival goers; from seriously fresh Rieslings, crazy cool natural wines to exciting ethereal sparklers.Read more
German Riesling is the hottest wine in China
In the mainland China wine industry, the first week of the summer 2019 undoubtedly belongs to German Riesling. In just one week from June 30th to July 6th, Wines of Germany China invited the new German wine princess Inga Storck to travel across the country’s 5 major cities, hosting 18 events, meeting over 1,500 consumers and the wine trade, and...Read more
"Drink Pink": Rosé is in the spotlight in 2020
Rosé wines and sparkling wines have experienced an enormous increase in quality and image in recent years. The German Wine Institute will take up this trend in the coming year and place a special focus on the roses.Read more
The color of summer: rosé wine
When the garden and barbecue festivities are in high season in summer, the favorite color of many connoisseurs is rosé. Because in all its varieties, rosé wines fulfill the palates desires.