So says Will Lyons, in his column for The Sunday Times, and we couldn’t agree more!
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 budget mindfulness
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
This July saw our seventh season of 31 Days of German Riesling and we're delighted to announce our winners! Read on to find out more...
After a warm spring and a very sunny midsummer, German grape harvest is due to begin unusually early this year.
On the hunt for new summer wines to try? Next time you're keen for a red, look to Germany for a fruity, light-bodied Pinot Noir.
Wines of Germany UK is delighted to be celebrating a win at the International Wine Challenge awards earlier this month.
The German Wine Institute mourns the loss of London-based Riesling Fellow Freddy Price, who passed away on 27th June 2018 at 86 years of age.