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Bottled wine analysis: Germany's most popular grape varieties

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/aktuelles/news/details/news/detail/News/bottled-wine-analysis-germanys-most-popular-grape-varieties/
01.06.2018
How does demand for bottled wines develop at cooperatives, wineries and wine estates with a view to individual grape varieties? A business cycle analysis established by Professor Simone Loose at  

White Pinot Varieties Ascendant in Germany

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/aktuelles/news/details/news/detail/News/white-pinot-varieties-ascendant-in-germany/
11.04.2017
Recent years have seen increasing cultivation of white wine varieties in Germany, particularly those from the Pinot family. This trend continued in the past year. The German Wine Institute (DWI),  

Summer of Riesling celebrates Germany’s Most Diverse and Food-Friendly Wine

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/aktuelles/news/details/news/detail/News/summer-of-riesling-celebrates-germanys-most-diverse-and-food-friendly-wine/
01.07.2016
Consumers, Media and Experts Kick Off Nationwide Promotion in New York City: Wines of Germany USA launched the Summer of Riesling – a nationwide celebration of the most versatile wine – with a food  

German winegrowers plant more white varieties

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/aktuelles/news/details/news/detail/News/german-winegrowers-plant-more-white-varieties/
16.06.2016
Wurde in den Falstaff-„Talenteschuppen“ aufgenommen: Victoria Lergenmüller vom Weingut Sankt Annaberg in Burrweiler in der Pfalz Following a period of steady growth until 2006, the vineyard area of red grapes in Germany has since recorded a slight downward trend. As the German Wine Institute (DWI) announced on the basis of  

Wines of Germany Tour "Taste the New" started in L.A.

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/aktuelles/news/details/news/detail/News/wines-of-germany-tour-taste-the-new-started-in-la/
22.04.2016
Wines of Germany USA launched its new image campaign, "Taste the New," in Los Angeles with Matthew Kaner of Bar Covell and Augustine Wine Bar, Food & Wine magazine’s Sommelier of the Year  

Online Wine Sales Booming in Great Britain

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/aktuelles/news/details/news/detail/News/online-wine-sales-booming-in-great-britain/
20.04.2016
Internet wine sales topped £800 million in 2015, which represents ten to eleven percent of the overall British wine market. Those figures were announced by the German Wine Institute (DWI), drawing on  

Current trends in wine country Germany

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/aktuelles/news/details/news/detail/News/current-trends-in-wine-country-germany/
10.03.2016
German viticulture has undergone a very dynamic development in recent years. Greatly contributing to this is the young generation of vintners who have increasingly taken over responsibility in the  

Top50 German Wines in China

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/aktuelles/news/details/news/detail/News/top50-german-wines-in-china/
04.03.2016
China Top 50 German Wine Award 2016 has been successfully held on March 2nd in Shanghai. Around 40 importers, representing 79 German wineries, have participated in this competition with 151 German  

German Wine-growers Focus on Pinots

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/aktuelles/news/details/news/detail/News/german-wine-growers-focus-on-pinots/
25.03.2015
Last year, the German vineyard area planted with Grauburgunder (Pinot Gris) grew by 5.3 percent – the largest increase recorded among all grape varieties. In all, the area devoted to this grape has  

Taking Stock: Wine Exports Show Ups and Downs

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/aktuelles/news/details/news/detail/News/taking-stock-wine-exports-show-ups-and-downs/
04.09.2009
Relatively speaking, German wine exports during the first half of 2009 were barely affected by the worldwide economic crisis. According to data released by the German Wine Institute/Mainz, compared