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News
07/14/2015

Prof. Dr. Monika Christmann was elected President of the OIV

According to the official announcement from the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV) during the "38th World Congress of Vine and Wine" in Mainz, Professor Dr. Monika Christmann was elected as the new president during the 13th General Assembly by the voting members. She will succeed Claudia Inés Quini from Argentina, who has accompanied...

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06/25/2015

Queen Elizabeth II enjoys Pinot Noir and Chardonnay

During her state visit to Germany, HM Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh dined at Bellevue Castle in Berlin. They enjoyed a 4-course-menu with Wines of Germany. Find the menu and wine card below:

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06/16/2015

Flowering Hints at a Good Harvest to Come

The summery temperatures observed throughout the flowering stage in all 13 of Germany's winegrowing regions suggest that the 2015 vintage is shaping up nicely. At present it is estimated that the vines are developing approximately 1 week ahead of the long-standing average.

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05/27/2015

German Wines at the Vinexpo in Bordeaux

The German Wine Institute (DWI) was on hand at the Vinexpo Bordeaux (June 14-18, 2015) to present a representative selection of wines from Germany's 13 winegrowing regions. In addition to the tasting counter at our shared stand (Hall 1, Stand No. BD 290), the DWI also offered several master classes daily:

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05/18/2015

From Denmark to Hong Kong: Riesling Weeks worldwide

Wine bars, shops, restaurants and retailers all over the world are ready for Germany’s “Riesling Weeks” as well as “31 days of Riesling”. The campaigns highlight the quality, versatility and food-matching capabilities of German Rieslings and other grape varieties at all price points.

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04/21/2015

German Wine-growers Harvest Nine Percent More

German wine-growers are altogether satisfied with the qualities and and quantities of grapes harvested in 2014. Based on the final statistics just released by the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis), the German Wine Institute/Mainz reports that the 9.2 million hectoliters harvested is about nine percent more than the year before and in line with...

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03/25/2015

German Wine-growers Focus on Pinots

Last year, the German vineyard area planted with Grauburgunder (Pinot Gris) grew by 5.3 percent – the largest increase recorded among all grape varieties. In all, the area devoted to this grape has reached 5,627 hectares (13,904 acres), or twice the size it was in 2000.

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03/13/2015

Wines of Germany with more scenic sights online

The German Wine Institute (DWI) presents its’ main pages germanwines.de /deutscheweine.de in a new more emotional and modern design. Some 22.000 pages with videos, images and informative texts were restructured in a horizontal fly-out navigation. Furthermore, winelovers can reach the site much quicker now.

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03/12/2015

The Changing World of Consumer Buying Trends in Germany

In Germany, consumers have clearly changed their habits of buying wine in recent years. Just prior to the ProWein international wine trade fair in Düseldorf, Monika Reule, director of the German Wine Institute/Mainz, pointed out that wine consumers in Germany have become much more interested in trying new things.

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03/11/2015

Germany: Exports Decline After Small Harvest

Just prior to the ProWein international wine trade fair in Düsseldorf, the German Wine Institute/Mainz reported that in 2014, German wine exporters shipped ca. 1.2 million hectolters of wine worth 315 million euros. This is a decrease of 9.2 percent in volume and 5.6 percent in value compared with the year before.

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