German Wine in the Media | June 2020

Here is our June collection of blogs, news, podcasts and any other features about German wines.


German vintners expect another early harvest this year, due to early blooming of the vines reports Deutsches Weininstitut.


As the German restaurant business is slowly coming out of the Covid19 hibernation, Patrick Kingsley meets a German Sommelier for the New York Times.


In Financial times Mosel Kabinett Rieslings make an appearance as Jancis Robinson discusses low alcohol wines. 


In Vinous, David Schildknecht elaborates on the wine vintage 2018 in the Nahe Region, Germany.


In his blog, Roberto Vinci, publishes a very nice gallery of pictures from a recent visit to Iphofen vineyards in  Franconia, Germany.


Masters of Wine Susie and Peter, in their podcast, cover Riesling, and feature an interview with German wine ambassador Ernst 'Ernie' Loosen from the  Dr. Loosen Estate in the Mosel region.


Eric Asimov, in the New York times: "No other wine has been the object of such devoted campaigning, proselytizing and ardor as riesling. What has been the result of all that fervor? Yawns, mostly." Read on here.


Anne Krebiehl MW, did an extensive webcast for and on Wines of Germany, the recording is available on vimeo.


Wine Business International announces the winners of 'the worlds biggest Riesling competition'. Mittelrhein, a lesser known winemaking region in Germany, stroke gold with 5 first place winners. 


In Wine Searcher, Don Kavanagh takes us through the list of the world's most expensive Rieslings.


In wine Enthusiast, the German Wine Institute publishes a list of most Germany's most iconic vinyards - though we do like our own list of German vineyards better, which we published as a German vineyard travel Guide.



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