Welcome to Wines of Germany

Wines of Germany is the exclusive U.S. office of the Deutsches Weininstitut (German Wine Institute). Consider us your primary source for information on German wine regions, statistics, and fun facts, plus promotions and events here in the U.S.! Explore this site to discover the distinctive quality and pairing versatility of German Riesling, Pinots, Silvaner, and many more.

Wine Types

Germany’s contemporary wine scene is rich with both red and white, indigenous and “foreign” wine grapes. Taste the top varietals!

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Wine Regions

Visit some of the most northerly wine-growing regions in the world. The diversity of Germany’s wines starts in the vineyards of its 13 regions.

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Wine Pairing

German wines are wonderful on their own, but the fruity acidity makes them especially suited to food pairing.

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5 to Try: Ripe with Reds (Other Red Wines of Germany)

Every month, our 5 to Try series showcases five examples of stellar wines from varying wine styles, grapes, and Germany’s 13 winegrowing regions. When it comes to red wines, Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir) reigns in Germany. It’s the third most widely planted varietal in the […]

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Whose *Wine* is it Anyway? Meet Eva Fricke

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 Eva Fricke of Weingut Eva Fricke. Located in the Rheingau, Weingut Eva Fricke is dedicated to growing […]

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5 to Try: Historic Estates

Each post in 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’re showcasing wines that are both rich in flavor and history!  Since the arrival of the Romans in 50 BC, winemaking […]

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