Download the following materials to learn more about the extensive world of German wines. These educational brochures and documents, courtesy of the Deutsches Weininstitut, are perfect introductions to German viniculture.
This handbook provides fundamental, comprehensive knowledge about German wines, so if you want to take a deep dive into the ins and outs of German wine, this is what you need.
For a quicker introduction into the styles of German wine produced, labelling terms, and how to find your next favourite, read on.
A tour through the German winegrowing regions and each one’s key landmarks. Cue the wine wanderlust…
Germany’s finest red wines are produced from Spätburgunder, or Pinot Noir, grapes. It is synonymous with top quality.
Silvaner is one of the most important white grape varieties in German viticultural history.
Riesling is Germany’s star variety. Germany grows 45% of the world’s Riesling, and no one can do it quite like Germany.
A go-to lexicon for describing white wines
A handy guide for describing red wines.
An overview of Germany’s wine-growing regions.
Here you’ll find a selection of current statistics and charts with facts and figures about Germany: vineyard areas, grape varieties, wine production, harvest and vintage information, and wine exports. This document is updated annually.