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Climate & Weather

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/knowledge/viticulture-winemaking/climate-weather/
25.09.2020
… decreases during the final stage of ripening; in the south, rainfall increases dramatically as the harvest approaches. These climatic factors have a pronounced influence on German wine. Moderately warm…  

Quality Categories

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/knowledge/quality-standards/quality-categories/
25.09.2020
… from ripe grapes with low alcohol content Spätlese: ripe, elegant wines with fine fruit, which are harvested a little later. These wines are more intense in flavor and concentration, but not necessarily…  

Speciality & Regional Wines

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/knowledge/taste-quality/speciality-regional-wines/
25.09.2020
… to a maximum 50 hl / ha; hand picking is mandatory; the must has to be suitable for a Spätlese (late harvest); a minimum alcohol content of 12% volume for Riesling or 13% for Pinot Noir; and residual sugar…  

The Label

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/knowledge/taste-quality/the-label/
25.09.2020
… is permitted, but optional. The vintage can only be named if 85% of the wine is made from grapes harvested in that year. A grape variety can only be named if 85% of the wine is made from that particular…  

Wine Growing Regions

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/wine-growing-regions/
25.09.2020
… wine regions of the world, famed for its wine history, prestigious estates, discovery of delaying harvest times to produce noble sweet wines, riesling and more. read moreBaden Baden is the southernmost of…  

Ahr

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/wine-growing-regions/ahr/
25.09.2020
… Ahr wines can only be produced with great effort and dedication. In order to work on the vines and harvest, the winegrowers often have to climb through rugged crevices in extremely steep slopes, where…  

Baden

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/wine-growing-regions/baden/
25.09.2020
… B, which means that the wines must have higher Oechsle degrees (more ripeness and natural sugars at harvest) than anywhere else. Plenty of sunshine hours and Germany’s warmest places on the Kaiserstuhl, ensure…  

Franken

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/wine-growing-regions/franken/
25.09.2020
… along panoramic mountain trails. A special experience for young and old is to help with the grape harvest. Franconians celebrate the end of the wine harvest with the same fervour that they then celebrate…  

Mittelrhein

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/wine-growing-regions/mittelrhein/
25.09.2020
… and the Loreley divide this area into two. To increase the quality, the winegrowers only harvest an average of 60 hl per hectare. The barren clay slate soils in the steep slopes, the…  

Mosel

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/wine-growing-regions/mosel/
25.09.2020
… Pinot Blanc (4.1%) and Pinot Noir (4.6%). Marketing: About one fifth of the region's grape harvest is handled by the regional cooperative cellars in Bernkastel-Kues. Overall, the producers of bottled…