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20.09.2018

Red Grapes

Portugieser Portugieser is a very old variety that probably originates in the Danube Valley (not in Portugal). read moreBlauer LembergerLemberger - An Evening of Mediterranean Warmth... read

20.09.2018

Lemberger

Lemberger, also known as "Blauer Limberger" grows in a warm climate and wind-protected areas, since bud-burst is early and it ripens late. In very good sites, this Württemberg specialty

17.09.2018

Who we are

The German Wine InstituteThe Deutsches Weininstitut (DWI, or German Wine Institute) is the German wine industry's marketing organization responsible for the generic promotion of the quality and

31.08.2018

Sparkling: Sekt

Have a taste - and then combine to your own taste Dry or extra dry Sekt is best combined with savoury or spicy food. But beware: The carbon dioxide exacerbates spiciness, for instance with chili.

30.08.2018

Riesling Fellowship

Stephen Brook, wine writer Riesling Fellow Stephen Brook studied English and philosophy at Trinity College, Cambridge. After many years as a publisher’s editor, in both the United States and

30.08.2018

Quality standards

Quality StandardsQuality categoriesAmong the most important legally required declarations on a label is a wine's quality category. The German wine law makes far more distinctions within the two

30.08.2018

Taste & Quality

Sparkling wine (Sekt)The wine law defines four basic styles to express the degree of dryness or sweetness of a still wine. read moreSpecialty & Regional winesIn addition to various types of wine

30.08.2018

Spätburgunder

Spätburgunder In Germany, the Spätburgunder is to red wine what the Riesling is to white wine: the cream of the crop. In fact, Germany is the world's third largest producer of Pinot Noir. The

30.08.2018

Riesling

Riesling Of all the grapes of Germany, the most noble is the Riesling — a variety that can do well even in stony soil and can subsist on a minimum of moisture. It is also frost-resistant and a

30.08.2018

Work in the Wineyard & Cellar

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