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… low cellar stocks. Wine must yields in the Mosel, Hessische Bergstrasse, and Sachsen regions were up more than 30 percent compared with 2013, and more than 20 percent in Baden, the Rheingau, and…
…percent) in plantings in 2014. About half of the world’s Riesling vines are planted in Germany’s wine-growing regions – more than anywhere else in the world.Riesling’s red counterpart is yet another Pinot:…
… a new image clip as well as numerous panoramic pictures illustrating Germany’s versatile wine growing regions. These can now also be accessed through an interactive map for further research or travel…
… size) has enlarged its selection of regional and higher-priced wines, particularly from German wine regions. In 2014, both the volume and value of German wines sold via this distribution channel increased by…
… visitors to embark on an in-depth personal (and gustatory) journey through Germany's wine-growing regions.
… Weininstitut DWI) will exhibit under the motto "Regional Heroes – Discoveries from 13 Wine Regions" at its stand located in hall 13, booth 13C110.In line with its new corporate claim – Welcome…
…A sudden cold snap sending temperatures plummeting to -12C in several top grape growing regions, enabled vintners in some exceptional cases to harvest icewine ("Eiswein") in Germany. Eiswein is made exclusively from…
… Institute (DWI) has collected detailed harvest reports from Germany's 13 classified winegrowing regions.
… the Drosophila suzukii, a fruit crop pest, leading to a highly accelerated red wine harvest in some regions. White wine varieties fortunately were unaffected by this new invader.The weather conditions in…
… thus, a lower yield. Furthermore, heavy winter frost effected lower yields in the easternmost wine regions of Saale-Unstrut and Sachsen.Early ripening varieties, such as Müller-Thurgau, as well as…