5 to Try: Spätburgunder’s Time to Shine

Every month, our 5 to Try series showcases five examples of stellar wines from varying wine styles, grapes, and Germany’s 13 winegrowing regions.  In the past few years, top U.S. publications have written bold headlines like, “Germany Might Be Producing the Best Pinot Noirs […]

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Create New Holiday Traditions with German Wine and Festive Food Pairings

This year’s holiday season is sure to look different, and spending cherished time with loved ones is more important than ever. Whether you’re hosting a socially distanced meal with family or participating in a virtual happy hour with friends, Wines of Germany encourages you […]

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2020 Harvest Update: Early Ice Wine Harvest in Germany

According to the German Wine Institute (DWI), winegrowers in several German wine regions, including the Nahe, Rheinhessen, Pfalz, Franken and Rheingau, successfully harvested frozen Eiswein (ice wine) grapes at freezing temperatures on November 30, 2020. This is good news for Eiswein lovers, as this […]

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Simply Stunning German Silvaner

Silvaner may be relatively unknown in the U.S., but few grapes can match its historical significance in Germany. Like Riesling, the country’s hallmark variety, Silvaner is terroir-expressive and incredibly diverse. Some are made to be subtle and fairly neutral, while others are powerful and […]

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Whose *Wine* is it Anyway? Meet Konrad Salwey

Every month, ‘Whose Wine is it Anyway?’ profiles a German winemaker to give you a behind-the-vines look at the world of German wine. This month, we’re highlighting Konrad Salwey, who showcases his creativity through the art of winemaking. Located in Baden, the Salwey Estate’s […]

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5 to Try: Behold These Bold German Blends

Every month, our 5 to Try series showcases five examples of stellar wines from varying wine styles, grapes, and Germany’s 13 winegrowing regions. This month, we dive into the world of German wine blends. Most wine shops in the U.S. will fill the shelves […]

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“German Wine From Home” Virtual Event Series Video Recordings

In October 2020, Wines of Germany USA had the pleasure of hosting five unique virtual wine tastings as part of our “German Wine From Home” event series. The events were offered exclusively to American wine trade and media, but now they can all be […]

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Whose *Wine* is it Anyway? Meet Ulrich Stein

Every month, ‘Whose Wine is it Anyway?’ profiles a German winemaker to give you a behind-the-vines look at the world of German wine. This month, we’re focusing on Ulrich Stein, a winemaker who harvests grapes on some of the steepest, lowest-yielding vineyards on earth […]

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