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…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. In the coming days,…
… nature reserve which call for different wine partners.The cupped-shell oyster “Creuse”, for example, is harvested after 3 – 4 years in the estuarine area of the rivers Rhine, Maas and Scheldt. Here the oysters…
…current icewine-season 2016/17 turned out to be very successful for Germany. Deeply frozen grapes were being harvested starting november 21st 2016 in Saxony. After insular reports from that region most of the other 12…
… Wine Institute's (DWI) detailed report below (pdf). Fully ripe and very healthy grapes could be harvested across the country thanks to the perfect late summer weather.
… that are in the wake of such luminaries as Keller and Wittmann and can also offer great value.harvest 2016: better than originally expectedarchive: press releases more newsWines of Germany for…
…In most German winegrowing areas, a very relaxed 2016 harvest is drawing to a close. At the time of writing, in few regions picking is still underway for the late-ripening varieties such as Riesling and Spaetburgunder…
…As the main harvest gets underway, growers in Germany´s wine regions are looking forward to a good quality vintage in 2016. Thanks to the excellent late summer weather, grape ripening has improved enormously in the past…
… by uniquely pairing Dry (Riesling Trocken), Off-Dry (Riesling Kabinett and Riesling Feinherb), Late Harvest (Riesling Spätlese and Riesling Auslese) and Sekt with savory and spicy small plates from the city’s…
… necessary preconditions have been met.The majority of wines are quality-tested the year after the harvest. Depending on demand and available stock, producers may also release their wines already in the year…
… on the 18 and 19 January many estates in almost all German wine growing regions were able to harvest grapes (mainly Riesling, Silvaner and Pinot Noir) for the production of Eiswein or ice wine.