It has been a busy few months for Wines of Germany.
Top of the Crops returned this year, with the aim to seek out some of the best wine from some of Germany's top wine-growing regions.
The national wine production of the vintage 2018 amounts to 10.27 million hectolitres (hl) in Germany.
To celebrate the recent increase in new, exciting and low intervention German wines hitting the UK scene, Wines of Germany brings you an exclusive sommelier breakfast series called Somm Sessions.
Last year, consumers abroad spent on average more for German wine than ever before.
Sekt refers to any German sparkling wine – a delicious world of fizz that the UK has yet to discover!
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