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…Sparkling wines with oysters – that is the classic combination that everyone knows. But does it always have to be Sekt? And what is important when it comes to pairing still and sparkling wine with oysters? The answers…
… (DWI) announced in the run-up to the international trade fair Prowein in Düsseldorf, entry-level wines were most affected by this development.
… in the traditional supermarkets. According to the German Wine Institute (DWI), 18 per cent of all wines were purchased there in 2016, representing a one point increase in market share on the previous year…
… sommelier Gareth Ferreira who's daily work experience in a London based private wine-club sees Wines of Germany on the rise.
… 7.00 p.m. 25 Generation Riesling members from ten of 13 German wine growing regions will serve their wines personally close to "Oberbaumbrücke".It's a great opportunity to keep up to date with current…
… -, posted a minus in volume terms of around 1 per cent compared with 2015. The value of purchased wines was also slightly down by 1.6%.German wine producers were able in 2016 to maintain their volume…
… regarded German and international wine producers will present more than 200 top-flight Pinot Noir wines.
… fellows awarded in UK ceremonies to date. The evening commenced with a ‘Still or sparkling?’ tasting of wines from 12 top German Sekt producers to celebrate the excellent examples of sparkling wine that are…
… across the country. For more details regarding e.g. consumption frequency and habbits, imported wines as well as consumer spendings in on- and off-trade please contact:German Wine Institute: Eberhard…
Wines of Germany have decided to clarify the Danes’ wine preferences. The study shows large differences in habits between regions and age groups. The first place of popularity of white wines holds Riesling, while…