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25.07.2019

Work in the Wineyard & Cellar

… in the Cellar  According to the German wine law, wine is a product made exclusively from…

25.07.2019

Climate & Weather

… of the Alps yields fresher, fruitier wines. Germany is among the most northerly wine-growing countries…

25.07.2019

Soil & Sites

… The most favorable conditions for viticulture in Germany are the south- or southwest-facing slopes of…

25.07.2019

History

… and Etruscans - introduced viticulture to the Germanic territories. In the 8th century, Charlemagne…

25.07.2019

Quality categories

… on a label is a wine's quality category. The German wine law makes far more distinctions within the two…

25.07.2019

Must weights

… This measurement is expressed in degrees Oechsle in Germany (comparable measurements in other countries include…

25.07.2019

Specialitiy & Regional Wines

… viticultural and cellar practices are not new in Germany. In fact, German vintners justifiably can be viewed…

25.07.2019

The Label

… there have been a number of initiatives throughout Germany's wine-growing regions to simplify labels. Improved…

25.07.2019

Crystals in Wine

… in wine, known as "Weinstein" in German, are neither harmful nor a sign of poor quality; on…

25.07.2019

Other Products of Grape

… the perfect way to end a fine meal. Trester is the German equivalent of French Marc or Italian Grappa. It is a…