Germany’s favorite sparkling wine Rotkäppchen (meaning “Red Hood” in German) doesn’t just share a name with a folk story, its history of struggle and success is also not unlike a fairytale. Few companies
Invariably wine lovers compare the world’s sparkling wines to Champagne, a not unreasonable consideration since Champagne has since its creation been a model for what sparkling wine should taste like.
VIENNA (Reuters) - One of Austria’s leading wine-growing regions, which helped place the environmentalist Greens on the threshold of power in elections last month, has one demand for the new government:
Wine-growing is becoming increasingly popular in Sweden, with 40 vineyards now found in the country, mostly in the south. Although average temperatures in Sweden have increased by one degree Celsius since