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Friday, 25. February 2011
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If you want to know how to pronounce German Wines:

The german wine institute and some wine growers made a video for you!
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Friday, 29. October 2010
Germany Germany

Vintage 2010: Low volume, good quality

The German winegrowers expect the yield in this year to be the smallest of the last 25 years. Per the German Wine Institute (DWI), the estimate of the amount to be harvested in 2010 will only amount to 7 million hectoliters. This...
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Friday, 17. September 2010
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Harvest in Germany Begins

The harvest of the 2010 vintage has just begun in Germany's wine regions. Picking of the early ripening varieties for the vinification of the popular light wines called "Federweissen" commenced at the end of August.
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Wednesday, 10. June 2009
Germany Germany

German Pinot Noir in Bordeaux Country

Welcome to German Wine

Vinexpo is one of the most important trade forums for the world's wine markets, including Germany, which will once again demonstrate the international competitiveness of its wine-growers at this year's trade fair. For eleven...
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Thursday, 26. March 2009
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German Wine Exports Weather the Economic Crisis

ProWein Düsseldorf

Despite the difficult economic environment, the German Wine Institute/Mainz reports that German wine exports showed posted growth in 2008. At a press conference just prior to the international wine trade fair ProWein in...
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Sunday, 02. November 2008
Germany Germany

Welcome to WeinSensorium - Experience Wine with all the Senses

With its WeinSensorium (WineSensorium) in front of Berlins main train station, the German Wine Institute offers the people of Berlin an entertaining way to learn much about German wine. The exhibition is open daily from October...
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Tuesday, 16. September 2008
Germany Germany

Good Prospects for Vintage 2008

In Germany, the main harvest of the 2008 grape crop is now underway. The first batches of early-ripening varietals, such as Rivaner (Müller-Thurgau), Portugieser or Frühburgunder (an early-ripening cousin of Pinot Noir) have...
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Wednesday, 10. September 2008
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Wine Exports at a High Level

According to the Deutsches Weininstitut (DWI, or German Wine Institute) in Mainz, net exports of German wines in the period from July 2007 through June 2008 amounted to some two million hectoliters valued at 398 million euros....
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Tuesday, 24. June 2008
Germany Germany

In Vogue: German Light Wines

Light, fruity wines that are low in alcohol are ideal summer wines and a trademark of German vintners, whose vineyards are among the most northerly in the world, and where conditions for producing light wines are ideal. According...
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Saturday, 15. March 2008
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ProWein 2008 - A Continuing Success Story

The Duesseldorf Fairgrounds in Germany will welcome more than 30,000 trade visitors from around the globe to the international wine and spirits exhibition Pro Wein 2008 to be held here March 16th – 18th, 2008.
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“Germany makes some of the world’s finest whites in some of the world’s greenest scenery.”
Stephen Brook, The Travellers Germany (Supp. to The Guardian), 25 May 2007

“Another overlooked country, with great food wines, under-priced as they’re still – sadly – underappreciated, is Germany.”
Decanter, August 2007

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