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Kick-off for German Federweißer harvest

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/aktuelles/news/details/news/detail/News/kick-off-for-german-federweisser-harvest/
18.08.2017
On 16 August 2017, harvest for "Federweißer", the new fermenting wine of this year, officially started in Neustadt, Germany. The first grapes of Solaris, an early-maturing variety, had ripened well.  

International Talent fancy Wine Country Germany

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/aktuelles/news/details/news/detail/News/international-talent-fancy-wine-country-germany/
21.07.2017
How do foreigners, who live in Germany and work in the wine business, view us? The students of Geisenheim University (HGU) seeked to answer this question in the context of a media project in  

Wine-Biking Premiere in Berlin

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/aktuelles/news/details/news/detail/News/wine-biking-premiere-in-berlin/
27.06.2017
For the very first time 'Wines of Germany' invited 'Generation Riesling'-winemakers, journalists, sommeliers and players of the trade to go on a wine biking tour in Berlin. The participants cycled  

1st ever "Riesling Day" at Vinexpo in Bordeaux

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/aktuelles/news/details/news/detail/News/1st-ever-riesling-day-at-vinexpo-in-bordeaux/
15.06.2017
The German Wine Institute (DWI) will be presenting a representative selection of German wines to industry experts at the Vinexpo in Bordeaux (18 - 21 June 2017). Wines from 12 German producers will  

Relaunch for 'Wines of Germany's' nordic offices

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/aktuelles/news/details/news/detail/News/relaunch-for-wines-of-germanys-nordic-offices/
19.05.2017
Nordic export markets have an exceptional position amoung the top-selling countries in favor of 'Wines of Germany'. The German Wine Institute relaunched its' respective Swedish and Danish website  

Wines of Germany Honors First U.S. Riesling Fellows

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/aktuelles/news/details/news/detail/News/wines-of-germany-honors-first-us-riesling-fellows/
18.04.2017
Wines of Germany U.S.A. honored renowned importers Rudi Wiest and Terry Theise and journalist and long-time merchant, David Schildknecht, for their passion, dedication and advocacy for German wine in  

Wines of Germany announces new Riesling Fellows

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/aktuelles/news/details/news/detail/News/wines-of-germany-announces-new-riesling-fellows/
26.01.2017
Last night’s Riesling Fellowship saw top German wine producers and members of the UK and international trade gather at Vintners’ Hall in London for a gala dinner to honour four new Riesling Fellows.  

China: Awareness for Riesling and Pinot Noir continues to rise

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/aktuelles/news/details/news/detail/News/china-awareness-for-riesling-and-pinot-noir-continues-to-rise/
25.01.2017
Riesling and Pinot Noir (Spätburgunder) are in the Top5 grape varieties regarding awareness, consumption and conversion amongst all Chinese urban upper-middle class wine drinkers. According to a  

Icewine 2016/17: Germany's lucky strike

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/aktuelles/news/details/news/detail/News/icewine-201617-germanys-lucky-strike/
11.01.2017
Deutsche Weinprinzessin Christina Schneider freut sich über die erste Eisweinernte in diesem Jahr bei -9,7° C The current icewine-season 2016/17 turned out to be very successful for Germany. Deeply frozen grapes were being harvested starting november 21st 2016 in Saxony. After insular reports from that  

Trend: Riesling and Pinot Noir from Germany gain popularity online

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/aktuelles/news/details/news/detail/News/trend-riesling-and-pinot-noir-from-germany-gain-popularity-online/
28.11.2016
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