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Wines of Germany (“The German Wine Institute” or “DWI”) is pleased to announce that the German Wine Flagship Store is officially opened on Tmall (tmall.com) today, coinciding with China’s biggest ecommerce retailer…
…The award for “Wine Producer of the Year” at this year's national wine and sparkling wine awards went to the Ernst Bretz winery from Bechtolsheim in Rheinhessen. The wine cooperative Britzingen / Markgräflerland eG from…
…The German Wine Institute (DWI) will again be presenting virtual tours through steep slopes and vineyards from German winegrowing regions in various shopping centers throughout Germany in 2021. The 360-degree experience…
…TRINK Magazine is the first English language digital publicationdedicated to the wines of South Tyrol, Austria, Germany, and German Switzerland, four regions linked by far more than language alone.
… is now officially confirmed: the view from the plateau of the Saffenburg in Mayschoss to the old wine village and into the Ahr valley is one of the most beautiful in the entire region.
…Many wine lovers still have prejudices about blending wine. In order to counteract these reservations, the German Wine Institute (DWI) awarded a special prize for the best red wine cuvées for the first time this year as…
…The Michaelsberg, also known as the "Guardian of the Zabergäu" (‘magical region’), is located next to the wine town of Cleebronn on the Württemberg Wine Route. The conical mountain, rising 394m high, offers a fantastic…
…Germany is famous for its‘ beautiful wine regions, outstanding vinotheks, hiking trails as well as landmarks of wine culture. In october 2020 the high circulation guide book and travel platform Lonely Planet highlights…
…Zadel, near Meißen, is where Georg Prinz zur Lippe runs Saxony’s oldest private winery, the Weingut Schloss Proschwitz. There, between Grauburgunder and Weißburgunder vines, stands the stele denoting the Best Vineyard…
…For a number of years, Germany's vintners have eagerly worked their way up to a top position in the global wine business.