Make Way for Weissburgunder! Pristine Pinot Blanc from Germany

It’s hard to believe that one wine can be so many things – light or full-bodied, still or sparkling, easy-drinking or complex – but Pinot Blanc is one of those grapes that can do it all! While it feels like summer is ending, we’re […]

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2020 Harvest Update: Optimal Weather Conditions for Aromatic Wines

Earlier this month we provided an update on the 2020 harvest, reporting that the first grapes to be picked for this year’s Federweisser, a German wine specialty, had reached record ripeness. Now, the harvest for Federweisser, the base wines for German Sekt, and a […]

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By the Glass Podcast on Wines of Germany: Stream and Sip!

Wines of Germany USA has partnered with our Houston ambassador Chris Poldoian of By the Glass Podcast for 5 episodes dedicated to German wine! By the Glass is a podcast dedicated to boozy beverages and the people who make & drink them, with thoughtful […]

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Whose *Wine* is it Anyway? Meet Stefan Vetter

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 Stefan Vetter, a winemaker who has been central to the revival of Silvaner in the Franken […]

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5 to Try: Undiscovered Gems of German White Wines

Every month, our 5 to Try series showcases five examples of stellar wines from varying wine styles, grapes, and Germany’s 13 winegrowing regions. So far this year, we’ve presented some of Germany’s best-known white wines – Riesling, Pinot Gris, and Pinot Blanc – but […]

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2020 Harvest Update: First Grapes Picked in Germany at Record Ripeness

In June, we reported German winemakers’ prediction of an earlier-than-average 2020 harvest. On August 10, the first grapes were picked in the Pfalz region for production of this year’s Federweisser – a partially fermented ‘new wine’ enjoyed as a local specialty – even sooner […]

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Seize the Last Sips of Summer

There’s a good chance your summer plans were derailed or postponed due to travel restrictions, but thankfully you can still venture outdoors with a glass of refreshing wine. Whether it’s a local park, spacious backyard or rooftop escape, it seems we’ve all developed a […]

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Whose *Wine* is it Anyway? Meet Marcel & Marius Dillmann

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 the winemakers behind Weingut Karlo Dillmann, brothers Marcel and Marius Dillmann. From Germany’s Rheingau region, Marcel […]

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