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16.10.2018

Fondue & Raclette

… redfish. Delicate monkfish and fresh prawns like to be accompanied by Pinot Blanc from the wine-growing regions Palatinate or Saale-Unstrut. In the company of richer dips – such as the popular aioli – a heartier…

16.10.2018

Barbecue & Wine

… addition, you will discover that the subtle, diverse nuances of wines from the German wine-growing regions are ideal companions for a barbecue menu.How to chill with wine In the summer, wines should…

16.10.2018

Who we are

… various ways.Promotion of QualityPromoting the quality of the wines of Germany’s 13 wine-growing regions by supporting quality competitions and scientific research is a major contribution to marketing. This…

10.10.2018

Famous vineyard sites

… belong to both the Hessische Bergstraße (northern stretch) and Baden (southern portion) wine-growing regions. read moreSchweigener Sonnenberg Bockenheim and Schweigen-Rechtenbach are at opposite ends of the…

10.10.2018

Classic grape varieties

… grape varieties that are regarded as "traditional" in their respective states (and wine regions). These formed the basis for the final list of varieties eligible for designation as a Classic…

10.10.2018

Selection grape varities

… members of the Burgunder (Pinot) family, are widespread in many of Germany's thirteen wine-growing regions, while other grapes are considered to be traditional in a particular region or district. As such, the…

10.10.2018

König Johann Berg

… sites – traditional features of the landscape in the Mosel-Saar-Ruwer, Ahr and Mittelrhein wine-growing regions – are being abandoned because they are so labor intensive and thus, too costly to cultivate. These…

10.10.2018

Homburger Kallmuth

… Valley, a peaceful and picturesque landscape dotted with vineyards and orchards. The wines of three regions can be found along the Tauber: Franken, Baden and Württemberg. After a series of loops just south of…

10.10.2018

Kalkgasse

… belong to both the Hessische Bergstraße (northern stretch) and Baden (southern portion) wine-growing regions.  This famous site, Kalkgasse (literally, chalk alley), is located in Bensheim (Hessische…

10.10.2018

Drachenfels

…formations, often cliff-like and slaty – and appears in many vineyard names in the Mittelrhein, Ahr and Mosel regions. Perhaps the most legendary “Ley” designation is in St. Goarshausen, “Loreley Edel” – named after the…