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… Sebastian Thomas, and Stuart Pigott.The dinner, hosted by The German Wine Institute and Wines of Germany in the presence of the Minister of the German Embassy Ms von Uslar-Gleichen was preceded by a tasting…
… DWI will be inviting visitors to embark on an in-depth personal (and gustatory) journey through Germany's wine-growing regions.
… to Top Sites – the wine institute’s tasting bar will offer two different varietal wines from each of Germany’s wine-growing regions to demonstrate regional typicity.According to Monika Reule, the wine…
… support activities that have previously been coordinated from Mainz with the opening of a new “Wines of Germany” office in Shanghai and an office within the German-Polish Chamber of Industry and Commerce (AHK…
… grape growing regions, enabled vintners in some exceptional cases to harvest icewine ("Eiswein") in Germany. Eiswein is made exclusively from grapes left to freeze on the vine, creating a sweet, concentrated…
… 2014 vintage head on. The German Wine Institute (DWI) has collected detailed harvest reports from Germany's 13 classified winegrowing regions.
…Reports pouring in from around Germany indicate that this year's wine harvest is coming to an unusually rapid and early end. The next few days are expected to see many estates harvest their top quality berries in…
… being picked. In the weeks to come, the harvest of other white and red varietals will follow. Germany’s most important grape variety, Riesling, is by nature a late ripener and will not be harvested…
… a Riesling focus. The subsidies also enabled the wine institute to strengthen its image campaign for Germany’s most important grape variety in the USA. This year, for example, the “Riesling…
… Ringhoffer, head of the Mainz department of commerce, greeted the guests from 12 of Germany’s 13 wine-growing regions in the city’s historical citadel with the words: “You are…