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AWE's Lindsay Oram on how regulation and innovation is working for German producers

28 Nov 2014

One of the most common questions posed by students is, ‘Why is winemaking in the Old World so heavily regulated compared to winemaking in the New World’? Many students also assume that regulation leads to lack of innovative thinking. And nowhere is there more wine regulation than in Germany.

Bamberg has a great array of beer and bar offer

Glynn Davis on what we can learn - and ignore - from classic German beer halls

25 Nov 2014 | By Glynn Davis

If a world beer tour existed then Bamberg, in Germany’s Franconia region, would be included on the itinerary. This modestly sized town is not only a UNESCO world heritage site but it also has one of the highest concentrations of breweries in the world.

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Reh Kendermann boss Nik Schritz to step down

24 Nov 2014 | By Gemma McKenna

Nikolaus Schritz has decided to “quit while ahead”, leaving Black Tower brand owner Reh Kendermann at the end of the year with sales up over 20%.

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Spain country report

Spain Country Report 2014

03 Sep 2014 | Updated: 03 Sep 2014 | By Subscriptions

Spanish wines are becoming increasingly popular across all channels of the trade and at all price points. Make sure you keep up to date with the latest trends, regions, varieties, including what key buyers across the UK wine trade think will happen to the Spanish wine category in the next year by reading this special Harpers Country report. 

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