In August 2020, the German Cabinet approved a draft from the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture to dramatically change the way in which the quality of German wines is decided.
Introducing the Wines of Germany ‘5 To Try’ series! We’ve asked a number of wine industry experts to highlight five fantastic German wines they think you must try.
The 2020 vintage in Germany has produced very good quality and with an estimated 8.6 million hectoliters nationwide, is only slightly below the average harvest yield.
The 2020/2021 German Wine Queen was crowned in September; congratulations to Eva Lanzerath from the Ahr!
Wines of Germany has launched a new campaign offering financial support to smaller and medium-size retailers in the UK for the promotion of German wines to consumers.
We’re keen to support all those who are championing German wine across the UK. Please see below for a comprehensive list of retailers that will deliver German wine direct to your door.
In February, the German Wine Institute (DWI) invited 15 experts from 15 different countries to select “Germany’s Best Rosé wines and Sparkling wines 2020” from a total of approximately 200 entries. On the March 23rd the winners were honoured by DWI managing director, Monika Reule, via video message.
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.
Messe Düsseldorf GmbH has announced it is postponing ProWein 2020, following the recommendations of the German government.