Germany

Germany: strict rules and few seasonal workers in the world of wine

The world of wine in Germany is changing due to Coronavirus emergency. The safety rules are extremely strict and there can be only a few seasonal workers.

May. 29 2020

ProWein 2018 report: the best tasted

The Düsseldorf trade fair is one of the most anticipated events for those working in the world of wine. It's a kind of amusement park of wine with almost 7 thousand exhibitors and wines hailing from over 40 countries in ...Leggi altro

May. 14 2018

Wine Fairs. Over 1,700 Italian exhibitors at ProWein, opening March 18. A presentation in Rome

The much-anticipated three days in Düsseldorf are around the corner and Italians are the top exhibitors, their numbers on the rise compared to 2017.

Mar. 02 2018

Riesling. Wine tasting from the Mosel valley, the sweet side of Germany

The most renowned and prestigious grapegrowing area of Germany lies between Trier and Koblenz along the sinuous banks of the Mosel and its two principal tributaries, Ruwer and Saar. We tried the most recent vintages and some old ones in ...Leggi altro

Jul. 18 2017

Riesling. Wine tasting from the Mosel valley, the sweet side of Germany

The most renowned and prestigious grapegrowing area of Germany lies between Trier and Koblenz along the sinuous banks of the Mosel and its two principal tributaries, Ruwer and Saar. We tried the most recent vintages and some old ones in ...Leggi altro

Jul. 18 2017

German wines and vines. Reading the labels

How much do you know about German wine culture? Here is a small glossary to help you understand more about wines and vines from Germany.

Jul. 04 2017
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