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Pinot Noir och svamp är höstens stora tema

11.09.2017 Wines of Germany arrangerar under hösten tre branscharrangemang på temat Pinot Noir och svamp. I Stockholm, Göteborg och Malmö kan branschrepresentanter delta i vinprovning och... read more

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Tecken på tidig skörd 2017

07.08.2017 Det ser ut att bli en förhållandevis tidig skörd i år. Här är de första tecken från de tyska vingårdarna.  read more

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Riesling Week 2017 – Rekordmånga restauranger deltar i år

07.02.2017 Få druvor är så älskade som Riesling och nu är det snart dags för druvans alldeles egna vecka – Riesling Week. Den 12-18 juni firas Riesling Week på ett 30-tal restauranger i hela... read more

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Icewine: Germany's lucky punch

11.01.2017 Starting end of november 2016 icewine grapes are being harvested in Germany. After prior insular reports from Saxony (noc 21st) most of the other 12 wine growing regions brought in... read more

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New management for German Wine Institute (DWI) office in Sweden

20.12.2016 “Wines of Germany” Sweden will come under new management from January 2017. Following a Europe-wide call for tenders by the German Wine Institute (DWI), the Ehrenberg Kommunikation... read more

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Germany's 2016 vintage: A detailed report from all regions

14.12.2016 After a terrific ending to a very labour-intensive and turbulent season, German producers are very satisfied with the quality of the crop. Find The German Wine Institute's (DWI)... read more

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Germany's 13 wine regions combine bucolic vineyards and river valleys, picturesque villages and terraced vineyards, a diverse culinary tradition and welcoming residents. read more