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… on the subject of wine. He also writes about wine in lifestyle magazines and has produced a number of successful wine programmes for Polish television. As a dedicated advocate of German wines –…
… all the necessary prerequisites have been fulfilled do they receive an official quality control test number (AP-Nr.), which has to be stated on the label.More: Quality levelsDownloads and StatisticsGerman…
… organic and vegan as well Vintners must inherently work in harmony with mother nature, and a growing number have dedicated themselves to organic practices. There are also plentiful Winzersekt selections for…
… remains market leader in the white wine segment with a market share of 27.7 %. Of note is the number of "trocken" (dry) Riesling wines, which increases from year to year.On a much smaller scale, German…
… production with temperatures sometimes rising to 38° or 39° Celsius, growers often removed a large number of leaves from the vine. All too heavy wines, such as those resulting from the exceptionally warm…
… “Generation Riesling – Young Guys, Great Wines!” Thisstand was part of the so called ‘Gourmet Salon’ where a number of wine tastings weere being moderated for visitors of the book fair.Furthermore, Wine Queen Caroln…
… 300 Michelin-starred restaurants, Germany now has - behind France and Italy - the highest number of gourmet addresses in the world:German cuisine is reinventing itself in the process (e.g. Berlin).…
… of the themed campaign, GNTB and DWI, as premium partners, execute a wide range of activities in a number of designated key markets.The latest event in Vienna, Austria, was moderated by the Germany Wine…
… of Germany’s ‘Riesling Weeks’ managed exactly that and successfully leveraged off the collaboration with a number of importers and the trade in Hong Kong (Video).The campaign consisted of multiple tastings, dinners…
… Bundesamt', Germany's Federal Statistical Office, Wines of Germany (DWI) states that the number of wine-growing estates declined by 17 per cent to 16.898 over the period 2010 to 2016.