Welcome to Wines of Germany.

You’ve arrived at the Canadian home of German Wines.

Riesling - The Empress of Grapes.

Grown throughout German wine country, this grape never disappoints.

Rediscover Quality

German Wines are impeccably made, and are widely available at a retailer near you.

Grape harvest earliest on record

08/06/2018 - August 6th marked the official start of the harvest for “Federweisser” (a partially-fermented, yeasty wine speciality) in Lörzweiler, Rheinhessen, this year - the earliest start-date ever. With a must weight of over 90 degrees Oechsle, the harvested...

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Germany set for its earliest ever grape harvest

07/30/2018 - After a warm spring and a very sunny midsummer German grape harvest is due to begin unusually early this year. The first grapes for the young wine 'Federweißer' will be picked in the wine-growing region Rheinhessen on 6 August already, which is earlier...

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Germany: Land of Wine and Connoisseurs

06/05/2018 - Germany has far more to offer than good cars, technology or football. In the shadow of its economic and sports successes, a generation has evolved for whom enjoyment of the fine things in life is just as important - and that is making itself clearly felt...

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June 19: Riesling & Co. Wine Tasting Montreal

Discover why German wines are unlike all other wines in the world! The German Wine Institute proudly invites trade professionals from the Quebec region to taste and experience the diverse styles of Germany’s world class wines.   German Riesling and Pinot Noir are the...

June: BCLS German Thematic

Wines of Germany took center stage in the BC Liquor Stores in June with a promotion of German wines paired with Asian, Indian and Western cuisines. Forty government liquor stores shone the spotlight on German wine shelves for the entire month. In conjunction to the...

July 1 – 31: 31 days of German Riesling

Over 40 restaurants, bars, and retailers are uniting for a summer devoted to German Riesling. The 31 Days of German Riesling will sweep across Canada in July 2018. It is said it takes only 30 days to develop a new habit, and so we offer Canadians 31 days to fall for...

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