The World of German Wine Has So Much To Offer

Get to know your new favorite wine region

As one of the most northerly winemaking areas of the world, Germany numbers among the “cool climate” wine growing countries. These cooler climates result in refreshing, mouth-watering, high-acid wines that are perfect with just about any meal or cuisine. Germany’s 13 distinct wine regions, concentrated in the southern and southwestern parts of the country, produce a wide range of varietals and styles, from Riesling to Pinot Noir (Spätburgunder) to Sekt (German sparkling wine).

Wines of Germany USA is the exclusive U.S. office of the Deutsches Weininstitut (German Wine Institute). Consider us your primary source for information on German wine statistics, educational materials, 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.

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Germany's Grapes at a Glance

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Educational Resources

Find an array of resources from fun downloadable infographics and educational brochures to in-depth annual statistic reports.

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Virtual Event Recordings

View recordings from our recent “German Wine From Home” virtual event series, featuring special guests including German winemakers and the newly crowned German Wine Queen.

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Timeline: History of German Wine

From the Roman Empire to Charlemagne, and from the “golden age” of the 19th century to today –follow along in the key moments in Germany’s 2,000 years of winemaking.


Winemaker Spotlights

Meet the winemakers behind your favorite German wines through our monthly series profiling some of the country’s most exciting estates.


Order Wine To Your Door

Order German wine for delivery or pick-up from our list of restaurants and retailers nationwide.