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.
Recommended: Light wines for the summer
When days get hot, it is nice to have something cool in the glass – the time of summer wines has arrived. Summer wines, in general, are rather light, fruity wines low in alcohol. They are consumed young and taste fresh and crisp.Read more
Aroma-Miracle: Why Wines of Germany are so versatile
Why does the smell of Lemberger remind me of banana and Sauvignon Blanc of green peppers?
MUNDIS VINI NORDIC Competition: Winners have been announced!
Scandinavia has grown into a key export destination for German wines, inspiring the Meininger Verlag to collaborate with the German Wine Institute (DWI) on a new wine competition called MUNDUS VINI NORDIC.Read more
Media focus on German wines continues to rise
The latest analysis regarding 'Wines of Germany'-coverage indicates a significant rise in media reach of about 28.7% from the previous year. "The digital strategy over the past couple of years is paying off. Public attention to our wines is steadily growing", says Frank Schulz, head of communications at Wines of Germany (DWI).Read more
Ron Fiorelli, the long-time director of the German Wine Institute’s office in Canada, passed away
On July 5, the long-time director of the German Wine Institute’s office in Canada, Ron Fiorelli, passed away after a serious illness. For many years, from 1991 to 2008, Ron and him team worked tirelessly to promote German wines in Canada.Read more
German wine ambassadors want to be a part of it: New York, New York!
Caro's and Klara's double play in New York: at the Summer Fancy Food Show 2019 they successfully presented wines 'Made in Germany'.Read more
Germany's vine blooming in line with 30-year-average
This year's vine blooming is coming to an end these days in the 13 German wine regions. In contrast to last year's unusal early flowering and harvest, this year's timing is in line with the 30-year-average.Read more