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…Following the current trend, a lot of wine producers offer home-made mulled wine today. Partly organic, or vegan, it can be found more and more on German Christmas markets and at food retailers.
…On behalf of The German Wine Institute (Deutsches Weininstitut, DWI), Germany's 70th Wine Queen Carolin Klöckner moderated the wine selections presented at 'The Grand Blogger Dinner' in Munich.
… harvested Trockenbeerenauslese berries this year or still expect them to be picked. As DWI (i.e. Wines of Germany HQ) points out, this year's 2018 noble-sweet specialties will be unique because berries were…
…At the invitation of Wines of Germany (DWI) and the Rolling Stone magazine, four young vintners of Generation Riesling met at The Venue Berlin and talked about the craft of winemaking and their passion for wine.
…The recently elected 70th German Wine Queen Carolin Klöckner along with the Wine Princesses Inga Storck and Klara Zehnder got off to a great start We sensed a brilliant atmosphere from their recent set card-photo…
… (Pinot Gris) and Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir) plantings, Germany ranks third among the world´s largest wine producing countries with 6,402 hectares and 11,767 hectares respectively.This is just an example of…
… Wilhelmshof in Siebeldingen/Pfalz was not only given a Great Gold Medal but also emerged as best wine and overall winner of the 2018 MONDIAL DES PINOTS competition with the award PRIX MEILLEUR VIN DU…
…After last year´s below-average crops and correspondingly depleted cellar stocks, latest estimates expect a wine must harvest nationwide of approximately 10.7 million hectoliters in volume.
…The 70th German Wine Queen is named Carolin Klöckner, and hails from Vaihingen (near Stuttgart) in the Württemberg region. She is joined in her reign by German Wine Princesses Klara Zehnder from the Franken region in…
…Lettie Teague is an American author and currently a wine columnist for The Wall Street Journal (WSJ). In her latest article illustrated with a unique graphic by James G. Hancock she gives reason for Wines of Germany's…