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Crystals in Wine

…How do Crystals Develop in Wine? Riper grapes have higher levels of tartaric acid. The longer grapes ripen on the vine, the longer they have to absorb minerals from the soil. Little by little crystals can develop…


Other Products of Grape

… pomace, the "leftovers" from pressing, i. e. grape skins; pips; bits of pulp, must and wine; and dead yeast cells. This fruity, pungent spirit is a popular digestif. Hefebrand or Weinhefe -…


Wine growing regions

…SachsenSachsen is Germany's easternmost and smallest wine-growing region. read moreWürttembergApart from the urban centers of Stuttgart and Heilbronn, Württemberg is a rural, hilly countryside with vineyards and…


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… nicht Dritten zur Nutzung zur Verfügung.[Translate to English:] Mailservice Newsmailer Wines of Germany offers a newsmailer-service with up to date information on German Wines Worldwide.…


Ocean meets Wine

… they are steamed and served with a sauce that is not too dominant and uses root vegetables, white wine, pepper, cream or tomato puree as ingredients. These mussels also taste great in Mediterranean pasta…


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… growers are members of the five cooperatives that produce and market about 75% of the region's wine. The State Wine Domain at the 12th-century monastery Kloster Marienthal is the Ahr's largest wine



… growers are members of the ca. 100 cooperatives that produce and market about 85% of the region's wine. The regional cooperative cellars in Breisach are the largest in Europe and the fourth-largest in the…



… cellars in Kitzingen and smaller cooperatives produce and market about 40% of the region's wine, the remainder is handled by private and state-owned estates. Exports play a minor role. Four out of…