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Last night’s Riesling Fellowship saw top German wine producers and members of the UK and international trade gather at Vintners’ Hall in London for a gala dinner to honour four new Riesling Fellows.
An up-to-date statistical analysis of The German Wine Institute ('Wines of Germany') shows a long-term year-on-year growth of the terms "Riesling" and "Spätburgunder" (Pinot Noir), Germany's most
"Germans have a lot of Sekt", state Dr. Jamie Goode and Treve Ring in their latest topical online publication: "Sekt, of course, is the German term for sparkling wine, and last year (2015) Germans
German enologist Simon Batarseh has a riesling tip for President-elect Donald Trump: "I recommend the 2013 Rüdesheim Berg Schlossberg, because it's a bit more mature and stimulates thought and
During an entertaining tv challenge last week, six out of 13 regional 'Wine Queen' candidates made their way through the semi-finals of this year's contest. In order to become Germany's Wine Queen
A Mosel Riesling is the first white wine to win the Shanghai Wine100 Challenge. This premiere might bring China’s red wine obsession to an end, The Drinks Business suggests in its’ recent online
In it's latest online-issue Forbes business magazine comments on "Positive Marketing from Wines of Germany". Contributor to the article is wine and media expert Thomas Pellechia who see's a "buzz"
They are under 35 years of age and ambassadors of Germany´s modern, high-quality and dynamic wine production: The members of Generation Riesling, the young growers´ movement that is celebrating its
Internet wine sales topped £800 million in 2015, which represents ten to eleven percent of the overall British wine market. Those figures were announced by the German Wine Institute (DWI), drawing on
The re-opening of Germany's viticulture museum in the wine growing city of Oppenheim is being highlighted by a special attraction: besides other wine cultural exibits, crowns of all 'German Wine