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Austria Going Haywire: After Donauriesling, They Create Donauveltliner

AUSTRIA (Klosterneuburg) – Freely adapted from Asterix, we can say: These Austrians are crazy. In this case, it is not due to the election results (even though they also cause bad feelings), but because they choose strange names for two of their most important grape varieties. Just over two years ago, Donauriesling, a fungus-resistant crossing, was brought to market. Its parents are crossings themselves: one parent is a mixture out of Rielsing and Seyval blanc, and the other parent is a mixture out of Pinot gris and Chasselas. So, only a quarter of Donauriesling consists out of Riesling, if at all.

GERMANY (Würzburg) – Vintner who are working with PR agencies often make a good choice – but not always. Sometimes arguments of so called “experts” who are to speak for a wine producer are contradictive and sometimes even dangerous....

GERMANY (Würzburg) - Rudolf Knoll’s comment to the article: New New VDP classification and scores of loop holes - labors are not over yet.

GERMANY (Mainz) – The fact that the lawsuit of a Moselle-vintager against the wine fund payments was dismissed by the administrative court in Koblenz, should not cause too many positive emotions among the German Wine Fund members in Mainz,...

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