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…"Germany is producing truly fine dry wines that tend to be much better partners for food than many white burgundy", says MW Jancis Robinson in her latest Financial Times wine cronique shortly before Christmas. She…
…An up-to-date statistical analysis of The German Wine Institute ('Wines of Germany') shows a long-term year-on-year growth of the terms "Riesling" and "Spätburgunder" (Pinot Noir), Germany's most important grape…
…The Glühwein season has started. The German Wine Institute (DWI) gives advice on the traditional seasoning and offers important tips for the preparation of Glühwein (German hot mulled wine) as well as a list of…
… in their latest topical online publication: "Sekt, of course, is the German term for sparkling wine, and last year (2015) Germans enjoyed more than 305 million litres of it."
… he recently stated in a dw.com-Interview.In its latest online issue dealing with Germany's wine branch, the international broadcaster "Deutsche Welle" (DW.com) asked Batarseh about the…
… Patrick Wilhelm (right) as third placed, "Coq au Vin", Engelhorn gastronomy in Mannheim.About 40 wine professionals and new talents from the gastronomy and trade sector made up this year's brilliant group…
…Germany's Wine Queen is the new patron of Wine Saves Life, a non-profit association supporting aid projects for children and young people in Germany and abroad. On the occasion of the fifteenth anniversary of the…
…The latest 'German Wine Boutique' was officially opened in Waterloo, Ontario, southwest of Toronto, Canada this october. A group of 50 media- and wine trade guests gathered to hear representatives from LCBO and 'Wines…
…In most German winegrowing areas, a very relaxed 2016 harvest is drawing to a close. At the time of writing, in few regions picking is still underway for the late-ripening varieties such as Riesling and Spaetburgunder…
…The new German Wine Queen is Lena Endesfelder from the Mosel wine region. Two new wine princesses complete the trio of German wine majesties: Mara Walz from Wuerttemberg and Christina Schneider from Franken.