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Chardonnay

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/knowledge/grape-varieties/white-grapes/chardonnay/
20.01.2021
Rosa Chardonnay In February 2020, the Rosa Chardonnay grape variety was approved by the Federal Plant Variety Office and thus for the production of quality wines. According to information from  

Work in the Vineyard

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/knowledge/viticulture-winemaking/work-in-the-vineyard/
20.01.2021
Harvest This is certainly the most exciting moment for the winemaker and when it is seen whether all the efforts to maintain the vineyard will be rewarded with a successful wine. When a wine is  

Climate & Weather

 
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20.01.2021
Germany's climate The bulk of precipitation in Germany occurs in the summer, while in the southern wine-growing countries, it rains primarily in the spring, autumn and winter. Here, rainfall  

Soil & Sites

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/knowledge/viticulture-winemaking/soil-sites/
20.01.2021
Soil and Site An important factor for the quality of the wine - in addition to the grape variety and the cultivation method - is the location of the vineyard and of course the soil in which the  

Levels of Sweetness in Wine

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/knowledge/taste-quality/levels-of-sweetness-in-wine/
20.01.2021
Levels of Sweetness in Wine Dry is not always dry. It depends whether you are referring to still wine or sparkling wine. Different amounts of residual sugar apply to their respective taste  

History

 
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20.01.2021
Many vineyards were still planted with several grape varieties side by side as late as the 19th century. This all practically came to a standstill however, when at the end of the 1800s, the vine  

Speciality & Regional Wines

 
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20.01.2021
Rheingau: ‘Erstes Gewächs’ (First growth) The Rheingau Winegrowers' Association is responsible for and owner of the quality seal ‘Erstes Gewächs’. They have scientifically assessed the region and  

The Label

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/knowledge/taste-quality/the-label/
20.01.2021
The diverse information on a label is actually to the consumer's advantage, yet there are many who find it overwhelming, particularly if there is no personnel on hand at the point of sale to offer  

Wine Crystals

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/knowledge/taste-quality/wine-crystals/
20.01.2021
How do Crystals Develop in Wine? Riper grapes have higher levels of tartaric acid. The longer grapes ripen on the vine, the longer they have to absorb minerals from the soil. Little by little  

Brandy and Spirits

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/knowledge/wine-more/brandy-and-spirits/
20.01.2021
Trester(brand) - Brandy Distilled from Grape Pomace Grape-based brandies are excellent digestifs and the perfect way to end a fine meal. Trester is the German equivalent of French Marc or