Wines of Germany is the UK marketing arm of the Deutsches Weininstitut, creating greater awareness for German wine in the UK with the trade, press and consumers.
Despite growing conditions set to put this year’s harvest under pressure, the 2017 vintage is "small but fine".
Pinot Noir is increasing in popularity in Germany, with now nearly 12,000 ha under vine and producers experimenting more and more with low-intervention and fruit-forward styles. With Christmas around
The 2018 harvest will go down in history as a truly outstanding vintage. Despite the extreme water shortages, this year´s high yields have surprised even the experts. After last year´s
We'll be kicking off the festive season in style and hosting the Berlin Bar with a range of delicious German Wines to discover!
On 23rd November, The WineBarn will be hosting their most exclusive Masterclass ever with Stefan Lergenmüller, owner of Schloss Reinhartshausen, one of the world's oldest wine-growing estates.