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04/20/2016

Online Wine Sales Booming in Great Britain

Internet wine sales topped £800 million in 2015, which represents ten to eleven percent of the overall British wine market. Those figures were announced by the German Wine Institute (DWI), drawing on a survey conducted by Wine Intelligence, a market research institute.

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04/14/2016

Trend: More dry wines in Germany

Dry wines are enjoying increasing popularity in Germany. Forty-six percent of all German quality and "Prädikat" wines bottled in 2015 were classified as “trocken” (dry). Such was the announcement of the German Wine Insitute based on figures from the official wine classification agencies.

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04/11/2016

Viticulture museum exibits wine crowns from 1949 to 2015

The re-opening of Germany's viticulture museum in the wine growing city of Oppenheim is being highlighted by a special attraction: besides other wine cultural exibits, crowns of all 'German Wine Majesties' between 1949 and 2015 are showcased.

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03/18/2016

Decanter: "Pinot Noir from Germany tops global Pinot tasting"

"A Pinot Noir from Germany has beaten competition from Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and the US to top a Decanter tasting designed to find the best Pinots in the world outside Burgundy", says Chris Mercer.

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03/10/2016

Current trends in wine country Germany

German viticulture has undergone a very dynamic development in recent years. Greatly contributing to this is the young generation of vintners who have increasingly taken over responsibility in the whole of the German wine industry. The "Generation Riesling" initiative established by the German Wine Institute (DWI) ten years ago now boasts some 500...

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03/08/2016

Wines of Germany presents medal winners at ProWein 2016

Wines of Germany will be showcasing medal winners from national and international competitions at this year´s ProWein trade fair in Duesseldorf from 13 – 15 March 2016.

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03/08/2016

Germany puts quality before quantity in wine exports

German wine exporters continued to focus on higher added value last year by exporting better-quality products but had to accept losses in terms of volume. As the German Wine Institute (DWI) announced in the run-up to the ProWein international trade fair in Duesseldorf, the average ex cellar price per litre of exported wine rose by 21 cents to 2.89...

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03/08/2016

Germany: Producers sell more wine in supermarkets

Der Weinmarkt in Deutschland präsentierte sich im vergangenen Jahr trotz leicht negativer Vorzeichen weitestgehend stabil. Nach Angaben des Deutschen Weininstituts (DWI) gingen die Weineinkäufe der privaten Haushalte 2015 hierzulande in Menge und Wert um jeweils ein Prozent zurück. Dies geht aus der aktuellen GfK-Weinmarktanalyse hervor, die das...

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03/04/2016

Top50 German Wines in China

China Top 50 German Wine Award 2016 has been successfully held on March 2nd in Shanghai. Around 40 importers, representing 79 German wineries, have participated in this competition with 151 German wines in total, which are all legally sold in mainland China.

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03/01/2016

db: "Brits say 'sehr gut!' to German Pinot"

"Sales of German Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris have sky-rocketed in the UK over the last 12 months", says Neal Baker from "the drinks business", referring to figures from nielsen. The variety has become more widely available in large and independent retailers across Great Britain.

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