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…US-journalist Adam Graham recommends to visit Germany's Mosel wine country - mother land of fine riesling wines - in his latest New York Times publication. The NYT narrowed down the world's top destinations to 52 places…
…y's alcohol monopoly "Vinmonopolet" has published its statistics for 2015. And the market leader in the white wine segment is - again - Germany! 30.1 % of all white wines sold by Vinmonopolet in Norway come from…
… chancellor Angela Merkel visited reknowned restaurant "garbo" to enjoy Generation Riesling wines created by young vintner Christian Estelmann from Eugen Wambsganß winery in Landau, Palatinate.
…The leading Swedish wine magazine "Allt om Vin" has chosen two German wines as best of 2015: From 4000 wines which are available on the Swedish market, the jury chose a Sylvaner from Franconia at number 1 and a Rheingau…
…As the 2015 harvest drew to a close, winegrowers were already singing unusually effusive words of praise. A survey by the German Wine Institute (DWI) found that all German growing regions are reporting top quality…
…This year, Wine Enthusiast’s tasting panel reviewed more than 19.800 wines from around the globe spanning Old World and New World wine regions alike. Edeltraud und Hanspeter Ziereisen reached 11th place with a 2010…
…More and more winelovers worldwide fancy high quality mulled wine from Germany. A growing number of producers create this hot drink with white as well as red wines. It is produced by individual vintners as well as…
…The online share of wine sales has been on a constant increase. Along with books, wine was one of the first items to be sold online. Wine was already a player in the dotcom era around the year 2000. Also ProWein, the…
…The biggest US-newsportal CNN.com focused on Germany’s Weinstrasse, the world’s oldest wine route, in an october article, highlighting the route’s incredible history and bright future.
…Josefine Schlumberger (21) from Laufen in the Baden region was elected 67th German wine queen. She will be supported by Katharina Fladung from the wine growing Rheingau-region as well as Caroline Guthier from the region…