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The WineBarn - Annual Trade Tasting
Iris Ellmann and The WineBarn team are delighted to be hosting their annual Trade Tasting on Tuesday 19th January. This is your opportunity to taste the very best German wines with the winemakers who come once a year to the UK for this special tasting event. Please register your place by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chamber, Middle Temple Hall, EC4Y 9AT
Wednesday 9th September 2015 1:00PM - 7:30PM
is another excellent vintage in Germany for dry wines.
We will be showing the largest selection of top dry German wines available in the UK, from the following growers:
Holger Koch (Baden)
Schloss Lieser (Mosel)
Daniel Twardowski (Mosel)
Please email email@example.com if you would like to register.
Wines of Germany’s “G Major” tasting took place on 30th April 2015 at Oxo2 in London and offered an unparalleled opportunity to showcase the quality and diversity of the wines Germany has to offer from Rieslings to Pinot Noirs and beyond. See the video here
Awin Barratt Siegel "Masters of Riesling & Pinot Noir" tasting
Tuesday 5th May, 2015 - Manchester (12-6pm)
Thursday 7th May, 2015 - London (10-4pm)
Showcasing wines from the following producers:
Dr Loosen, Villa Wolf, Leitz, Gunderloch, Louis Guntrum, Dönnhoff, Fürst, Jean Stodden, Karl H. Johner, Jurtschitsch, Julien Schall
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Laithwaite's Vintage Festival offers the chance to taste over 300 wines from the Laithwaite's range as well as meet the winemakers and personalities behind the wines.
The Wines of Germany team will be on hand sampling a range of German wines and answering all your questions!
The sessions run from either 11.30 - 3 or 5.30 - 9. Purchase your tickets here: http://bit.ly/1EpGUXL
The WineBarn invites you to taste their selection of German wines for 2015 offering a fabulous range from the best modern dry Rieslings and exceptional Pinot Noir’s, to award winning bottles of sparkling and delicious sweeties. These wines exhibit unmatched terroir and style and will be presented by the winemakers themselves giving you the opportunity to also question the producers.
Weingut Aldinger, Weingut Allendorf, Weingut Bassermann-Jordan, Weingut Friedrich Becker, Weingut Bercher, Weingut Clemens Busch, Weingut Göttelmann, Weingut Dr Heger, Weingut Franz Keller, Weingut Meyer-Näkel, Weingut St Urbanshof, Weingut Schäfer-Fröhlich, Sekthaus Solter, Weingut Wirsching, Weingut Wittmann
Monday 9th March 2015
Vintner's Hall, Upper Thames Street, London, EC4V 3BG
Trade: 11.00am - 5.00pm
Consumer: 6:00pm - 8.00pm, £25 per person
Location: Dorchester Hotel, 53 Park Lane, Mayfair, London W1K 1QA
Monday 16th: 12-6pm
Tuesday 17th: 10-5pm
Taste through a selection of wines from over 90 producers including Weingut Weegmüller.
(By invitation only)
‘Explore Germany’ - Portfolio Tasting - 25th February 2015
German Wine Agencies presents ‘Explore Germany’ a Portfolio Tasting showcasing wines from the brightest talent and most exciting young winemakers.
For more information click the PDF below
Our annual importer's meeting will take place on Tuesday 25th November from 10.30 - 1pm at The Antique Wine Company, W1G 9JR.
The meeting will include market updates from the Deutsches Weininstitut in Mainz, Wines of Germany UK and The Wine and Spirit Trade Association. There will also be a chance for open discussion and feedback.
Please note this is an invite only event. If you are a German wine importer and would like to attend, please contact email@example.com.
Saturday, 20 April 2013, from 10am until 1pm
In the Library of the Goethe-Institut London
Course cost: £80 which includes 6 wine glasses to keep and course materials
Registration: +44 20 75964004
After the success of the first ever German wine tasting course in winter 2012, the Goethe-Institut London will be offering four new courses to discover the world of German viticulture. The courses will be open to anybody who is interested in German wines and would like to learn more about it.
All courses will be held in English, so knowledge of the German language will not be required but could be of advantage.
Wine Country Germany!
Held by freelance educator and wine writer Anne Krebiehl, the course will introduce Germany as an important wine producing and wine drinking country with a long history. Topics will including looking at Germany and the wine producing regions as well as the climate, grapes and history. Learn how to taste and smell wine, the difference between taste and flavour and the constituents of wine and learn to read the impenetrable German label.
Enrolment form (pdf, 52KB)