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… found in Riesling or Kerner, for example.Tertiary aromas: They are produced during the storage of wines. They then start to evolve when all the fermentation processes have been completed. This produces…
…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.
…The latest analysis regarding 'Wines of Germany'-coverage indicates a significant rise in media reach of about 28.7% from the previous year. "The digital strategy over the past couple of years is paying off. Public…
… illness. For many years, from 1991 to 2008, Ron and him team worked tirelessly to promote German wines in Canada.
…Caro's and Klara's double play in New York: at the Summer Fancy Food Show 2019 they successfully presented wines 'Made in Germany'.
… from weather extremes that have significantly increased with climate change in recent years.More Wines of Germany NewsDownloads and Statisticsflowering, germanwines, WinesofGermany, vine blooming,…
… wine merchants, importers and employees of the Scandinavian Alcohol Monopolies tasted 660 wines from 203 German wine producers.
… seventh time now - making winelovers in Hong Kong more aware of the outstanding qualities of German wines. There are numerous wine tastings in various locations, sometimes with, sometimes without food pairing,…
…Exports of German wines developed positively in the first quarter of this year. As the German Wine Institute (DWI) announced in its export forum in Oppenheim, the value of exported wines rose compared to the same…
… (CIVB) and the German Wine Institute (DWI) have launched the first-ever joint promotion of their wines in the United States.