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31.03.2020

Wine Glasses

… by the concentration of sensors in specific areas: sweet at the front, sour and salty on the side edges and…

31.03.2020

Wine Aromas

… the tongue allow us to discern the four flavors - sweet, sour, salty and bitter. The aroma, on the other…

31.03.2020

Wine tasting

… to slowly increase: light before heavy, dry before sweet, young before old. Of course, you can also try only…

30.03.2020

Protected Origins

… our 13 wine-growing regions, because all quality wines that bear the name of a growing region must come from…

30.03.2020

Classification model

… importance of the traditional natuarally and nobly sweet Prädikat wines. It follows the motto “the narrower…

30.03.2020

Quality categories

… in flavor and concentration, but not necessarily sweet. Auslese: fine noble wines from fully ripe grapes,…

30.03.2020

Quality control testing

… testing. According to a 5-point scheme, the wines are then tasted by an independent commission made up…

30.03.2020

Quality standards

… read moreQuality control testing Germany’s top wines are not "born" as such because they come from certain…

30.03.2020

History

… know-how has become an export hit as much as the wines themselves, and influences wine countries as far as…

30.03.2020

Climate & Weather

… fruity acidity -  the hallmark of German wines, particularly the whites. In Germany, the quantity…