03.September 2007

German Wine Growers Expect a Good Vintage in 2007

Von: DWI

At the start of the main grape harvest, which will begin throughout wine growing country within the next few days, German wine growers are optimistic about this year’s vintage. Must weights are already considerably higher than those of a year ago. Furthermore, the ripeness level of the grapes is some 10-14 days ahead of normal, thus giving growers leeway in determining when to harvest.

Monika Reule is confident that the good market position of German wines will continue. “If the current vintage delivers what it promises at this stage, the 2007 wines will effortlessly join the ranks of the good to very good vintages of recent years. Consumers will then be able to look forward to German wines with a typical varietal character, available at an attractive price-pleasure ratio.”

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