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10/14/2019

The Wines of Germany by Anne Krebiehl MW

Anne Krebiehl, author of 'The Wines of Germany' is clearly a genuine enthusiast for German wines. In her new book she explains Germany's climb back to the top. However, Krebiehl also notes which changes are needed if 'Wines of Germany' are to continue their successful path.

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10/07/2019

Wine vintage 2019 brings less amount

European wine grape harvest also below average

 

Due to a good level of grape ripeness and the damp autumn weather, this year’s grape harvest draws to a close earlier than expected. Thereby, the yields of the harvest are significantly lower than in the exceptionally strong year 2018 (+18% compared to the 10-year average). Based on a first yield...

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09/30/2019

Angelina Vogt is Germany's 71st Wine Queen

Germany's 71st Wine Queen was elected on Friday, September 27th in the city of Neustadt – Rhineland-Palatinate. Angelina Vogt was born and raised in Baden. However, she entered the contest for the Nahe region where she lives now. Julia Sophie Böcklen from Württemberg and Carolin Hillenbrand from the Hessian Bergstraße complete the trio of the...

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09/17/2019

Germany's Mosel Valley is Wine Enthusiast's Wine Region of the Year nominee

For the first time, Wine Enthusiast magazine has named one of Germany’s 13 wine regions – the Mosel – as a Wine Region of the Year nominee for its esteemed, annual Wine Star Awards.

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09/16/2019

A Classy Premiere: The MUNDUS VINI NORDIC Prize Ceremony

The Meininger Verlag and Deutsches Weininstitut (DWI) have crowned their champions from the new MUNDUS VINI NORDIC competition. The exclusive prize ceremony was held on September 10 at renowned Copenhagen wine sellers Kjær Sommerfeldt, to an audience of selected guests from the wine and fine dining industries.

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Pressemeldungen
09/14/2019

One of these finalists will be elected Germany's 71st Winequeen

Laura Gerhardt (Mosel), Julia Sophie Böcklen (Württemberg), Angelina Vogt (Nahe), Katharina Bausch (Rheingau), Carolin Hillenbrand (Hessische Bergstraße) und Miriam Kaltenbach (Baden) made it to the finals. One of them will be elected Germany's 71st Winequeen during a live TV-show on Friday, September 27th.

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09/10/2019

Main vintage has started in Germany

The main vintage has started a little earlier than originally expected in many German wine growing areas these days. As the German Wine Institute (DWI) announced, the vines have experienced an enormous development spurt during the very sunny days in late August and early September.

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Auszeichnungen
09/05/2019

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.

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09/03/2019

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.

 

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09/02/2019

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.

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