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Viognier

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/knowledge/grape-varieties/white-grapes/viognier/
25.09.2020
… increased  to 6,372 ha (2015) in France. The grape variety was initially hard to find in Germany, yet due to the increasing warming, cultivation has increased slightly in recent years. In 2019,…  

Corks and other Closures

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/knowledge/taste-quality/corks-and-other-closures/
25.09.2020
… been sold with a screw cap, the newspaper “Le Figaro” reported. In 2003 there were only 300 million. For Germany, the estimates amount to around 500 million bottles, which use a screw cap annually. Screw caps…  

Interviews

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/press/interviews/
25.09.2020
… Stuart Pigott, Wine Critic and Author More: Social Media channels of Wines of Germany (DWI)Interviews on "Germany as a Wine Country" The German Wine Institute interviews bloggers,…  

Würzburg’s Weingut Bürgerspital and Steinwein: Bocksbeutel and Silvaner

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/landmarks-of-wine-culture/highlight/wuerzburgs-weingut-buergerspital-and-steinwein-bocksbeutel-and-silvaner-3/
25.08.2020
…One is Germany's oldest charitable foundation that owns a wine estate; the other is one of Germany's oldest vineyards bearing a site-specific name and the two have been inextricably linked for centuries: the…  

Juliusspital: Home of the Embossed Bocksbeutel

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/landmarks-of-wine-culture/highlight/juliusspital-home-of-the-embossed-bocksbeutel-3/
25.08.2020
… the wine estate with its 172 hectares of vines, making it the second largest wine estate in Germany. The heart of the estate is the cask cellar (250 meters in length) beneath the palatial…  

Castell: Cradle of a “Successful Experiment” - Silvaner arrives

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/landmarks-of-wine-culture/highlight/castell-cradle-of-a-successful-experiment-silvaner-arrives-1/
25.08.2020
… severe winter weather. This marked the beginning of the Silvaner grape’s triumphant advance throughout Germany, and particularly, Franken.Silvaner numbers among the oldest grape varieties still cultivated…  

Weingut Abril: Pure Aesthetics and Organic Outlook

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/landmarks-of-wine-culture/highlight/weingut-abril-pure-aesthetics-and-organic-outlook-1/
25.08.2020
… Weingut Abril is the largest organic winemaker from the Kaiserstuhl region to also be a member of Germany’s Ecovin association. Their wines cover a range from Pinot Noir, Blanc and Gris to Blue Silvaner,…  

Pfedelbach: Princes' Barrel and Master's Wine Press

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/landmarks-of-wine-culture/highlight/pfedelbach-princes-barrel-and-masters-wine-press-3/
25.08.2020
… grapevines in the region. Its most impressive item on display is the third biggest wine cask in Germany: the Princes' Barrel from 1752 which was ordered by Prince Joseph von Hohenlohe Bartenstein and which…  

Sektmanufaktur Kessler: Oldest Sparkling Wine Cellar in Germany

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/landmarks-of-wine-culture/highlight/sektmanufaktur-kessler-oldest-sparkling-wine-cellar-in-germany-1/
25.08.2020
… In 1826, Georg Christian von Kessler returned from Champagne to found the first Sekt cellar of Germany in Esslingen on the Neckar river. He started producing Württemberg bubbles in a Champagne style.  

Hoflößnitz: The Saxon Club and the Elector's Notorious Wine Feasts

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/landmarks-of-wine-culture/highlight/hofloessnitz-the-saxon-club-and-the-electors-notorious-wine-feasts-1/
25.08.2020
… Teaching in 1927. Pfeiffer also developed marketing strategies intended to raise awareness around Germany for the wines of the Elbe valley. This climaxed in 1931 with the invention of the 'Sachsenkeule'…