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…The theme #perlenimglas is being enjoyed by sparkling wine fans on social media. 18 video clips and posts with sparkling wine producers, experts and the trio of German wine sovereigns amongst others, have already…
…In the first quarter of this year, German consumers increasingly turned to domestic wines. As a result, sales of German wines increased by four percent and turnover by two percent compared to the same quarter of the…
…For the next two weeks, under the hashtag #perlenimglas, all social media channels of the German Wine Institute will be revolving around sparkling wines. Even if big celebrations can’t take place in person these days,…
…After the restrictions on public life caused by the corona pandemic, the German Wine Institute (DWI) has rapidly expanded its online marketing activities for German wines.
…Sweet delicious wines will be in focus on the Instagram and Facebook channels of the German Wine Institute, Generation Riesling and the German Wine Queen under the hashtag #lieblichlecker until the weekend.
…Even if wine sales in the food retail sector are currently going well, wine producers who are not listed there are struggling with a significant drop in their sales.
…The Lagen Cup, a Berlin wine competition, takes place for white wine in summer and for red wine in winter. At the beginning of March, sommeliers and wine journalists tasted 300 German red wines from single vineyards.…
… toast and serenade for King Willem-Alexander from all living rooms. And this time with German wines:
…If you want to sweeten your days a little during these difficult times, the German Wine Institute (DWI) recommends enjoying locally produced sweet wines.
… fall between May 12-15, and often coincide with the last frosts of spring.In the Sachsen winery Schloss Wackerbarth, frost protection candles and controlled fires were lit in vulnerable vineyards on…