LUCKYRICE Grand Feast Los Angeles
August 07, 2014
Wines of Germany will exhibit at LuckyRice's Grand Feast in Los Angeles, which is typically attended by over 700 wine enthusiaists. Participating restaurants at the event will include Lukshon, BEP Vietnamese Kitchen and Hamasaku. The Wines of Germany will feature six German wines that pair well with Asian food. More information can be found here.
August 09 - 11, 2014
TEXSOM is a six-day conference that includes seminars, luncheons, and MS & CSW certification exams. The nationally recognized gathering attracts 300-600 wine professionals and wineries from across the globe. Wines of Germany will be an exclusive host of one of the conference's lunch programs, which will immediately follow the German wine seminar given by Tim Gaiser, MS and Laura Williamson, MS. More information can be found here.
The Terroir of Riesling Press Trip
August 22 - 27, 2014
A group of international wine trade journalists will attend the VDP Erste Lage tasting in Wiesbaden and visit German winemakers in the Mosel, Mittelrhein, Rheingau, and Rheinhessen wine regions.
Fall Tours to German Wine Country with Ombiasy|PR
September 04 - 20, 2014
QUINTESSENTIAL GERMAN WHITES
From September 04 – 13, 2014, explore six (Saale-Unstrut, Franken, Rheingau, northern Rheinhessen, Mosel, Nahe) German wine regions with visits to 19 top wineries and cultural gems. You will get intimate insights into a selection of Germany’s best of the best wineries, normally closed to visitors. A cruise on the romantic Rhine River with its castle- and vine-ribboned banks, the Mosel valley with its dizzying steep vineyards, delving into 2000 years of history, and tasting first class wines under the guidance of great winemakers - among them German wine legends- will be among the highlights. Special treats include wine pairing lunches and dinners with the owners and winemakers at prominent estates. Details can be found here.
THE SUN-KISSED GERMAN SOUTH
From September 14 – 20, 2014, explore three wine regions (Baden, Pfalz, southern Rheinhessen) in the south of Germany and experience the German red wine revolution. You will visit 16 crème de la crème wineries in southern Germany, among them Germany’s unconventional, but exceptionally gifted winemakers, normally not open to visitors. You will cross the Rhine River and visit the Trimbach in Alsace to taste the difference between German and Alsatian wines despite the geographic proximity. Among the highlights will be tasting first class Pinot Noirs with the winemakers, and experiencing the culinary South. A special treat will be wine pairing lunches at 1-Michelin-star restaurants. Details can be found here.