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… UK celebrates #HappyBirthdayRiesling on Facebook and Instagram US: Facebook and Instagram Scandinavia: Online-Competition (Finland), Instagram (Sweden und Denmark), Norway: Birthday Celebration in…
… Canada (minus nine percent) can largely be attributed to the fallout from the pandemic.Exports to Scandinavian countries on the riseOn the other hand, wine exports to the Scandinavian countries developed…
… has published its sales figures for last year. German wines have done very well in the biggest Scandinavian country, growing overall by 10 % both in value and volume.
… is 202 m high and 1,200 m long, making it the largest scarp face between the Alps and Scandinavia. Continuous volcanic activity some 270 million years ago caused molten magma to rise up and then…
… Rotenfels lies in front of us, which at 327 meters is the steepest rockface between the Alps and Scandinavia. The huge rock massif takes its name from the reddish rhyolite from which it is made.From…
… trend towards holidaying in one's own country has also had a positive effect on retail wine sales in Scandinavia. In Norway, there was also increased shopping at the borders and in the duty-free…
… at wine auctions.The most important sales markets abroad include Japan and China as well as the Scandinavian countries and the USA. Because of their inherently low yields, icewines have a very small share…
… a 17 per cent growth in volume and an increase in value of 13 per cent.German wine exports to Scandinavia and Denmark continued to develop positively in 2019. Total exports to these four countries have…
… reaction we've received from this competition, both from the standpoint of German wine producers and Scandinavian wine sellers, affirms for us our choice to establish the MUNDUS VINI NORDIC in this unique…
Scandinavia has grown into a key export destination for German wines, inspiring the Meininger Verlag to collaborate with the German Wine Institute (DWI) on a new wine competition called MUNDUS VINI NORDIC.