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… drought has in hindsight been more beneficial than harmful for vine development and berry ripening.Grapes excellent in health with rich aromasThanks to the hot, dry conditions, the grapes are showing…
… Teague compliments "stellar expressions of Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir and other international grape varieties" that thrive and prosper in Germany. She cites Andreas Hütwohl, winemaker at Weingut von…
… an opportunity for the 31 Days campaign to continue to build awareness around Germany’s most important grape variety.*Wine Intelligence UK Portraits 2018, August 2018Wines of Germany Office LONDONMore…
… weeks were very unevenly distributed from one region to the next.Thanks to the sunny weather, the grapes in the majority of vineyards are looking extremely healthy with on the whole very good must weights,…
… year - the earliest start-date ever. With a must weight of over 90 degrees Oechsle, the harvested grapes of the early-ripening variety Solaris were already exceptionally sweet.
…After a warm spring and a very sunny midsummer German grape harvest is due to begin unusually early this year. The first grapes for the young wine 'Federweißer' will be picked in the wine-growing region Rheinhessen on 6…
… But you also have to see that abroad German wines are first of all perceived through their grape varieties. People have understood that we stand for Riesling, and Pinot Noir (Spätburgunder) is now…
… commenced june 8th. It is a month-long celebration of German wine in June led by its most famous grape variety Riesling, offictiated by Germany's wine queen Katharina Staab.
… paired with regional wines from domestic producers, who in the last few years have focused again on grape varieties and wine styles which combine Germany´s long winegrowing tradition with modern vinification…
… together with the German Wine Institute, was accompanied by top Riesling wines as well as other German grape varieties, such as Spätburgunder, Weißburgunder and Silvaner.Monika Reule, CEO of the German Wine…