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The process of structural change in the 13 German wine-growing areas has continued unabated in recent years. Referring to current data from the 'Statistische Bundesamt', Germany's Federal Statistical
On 16 August 2017, harvest for "Federweißer", the new fermenting wine of this year, officially started in Neustadt, Germany. The first grapes of Solaris, an early-maturing variety, had ripened well.
The German Wine Institute (DWI) will be presenting a representative selection of German wines to industry experts at the Vinexpo in Bordeaux (18 - 21 June 2017). Wines from 12 German producers will
Vintners from Germany's wine growing regions presented their wines at several Asian fairs this may. Riesling turned out to be more in demand than Chardonnay. Up to date statistics confirm that wine
On May 21, 2017, "TOP50 German Wine Awards” hosted by German Wine Institute, and “WINE100 Competition” held by China’s most influential wine appraisal institution WINE100 were successfully completed.
Raimonds Tomsons, awarded "Best Sommelier of Europe" in 2017 and "Seventh-best Sommelier of the World" in 2016, attended this year's Sommelier Spring Class (#SSC17) at the invitation of Wines of
Nordic export markets have an exceptional position amoung the top-selling countries in favor of 'Wines of Germany'. The German Wine Institute relaunched its' respective Swedish and Danish website
Wines of Germany U.S.A. honored renowned importers Rudi Wiest and Terry Theise and journalist and long-time merchant, David Schildknecht, for their passion, dedication and advocacy for German wine in
"Bursting with Flavor: Germany's Aromatics" - Such is the slogan of the German Wine Institute (Wines of Germany, DWI) at this year´s ProWein Trade Fair in Düsseldorf. From 19 - 21 March, some twenty
Sparkling wines with oysters – that is the classic combination that everyone knows. But does it always have to be Sekt? And what is important when it comes to pairing still and sparkling wine with