1. Weingut Karl Haidle - Prowein 2015 (Teaser)

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    Besucht uns auf der Prowein in Düsseldorf! Ihr findet uns in Halle 14 beim VDP-Stand 14E50! Wir freuen uns auf euch! BE THERE OR BE SQUARE

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    • Weingut Karl Haidle - Prowein 2015 (Teaser)

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      Besucht uns auf der Prowein 2015 in Düsseldorf! Ihr findet uns in Halle 14 beim VDP-Stand 14E50! Wir freuen uns auf euch! :) BE THERE OR BE SQUARE

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      • Vins d'Alsace - Clip Jardin

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        • JUNGWINZER - Die nächste Generation Weinbau, Der Film

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          JUNGWINZER - Die nächste Generation Weinbau Ein traditionelles Produkt in den Händen junger, kreativer und leidenschaftlicher Weinbauern. Rot oder weiß? Trocken oder halbtrocken? Wo bei Winzern gerade der Wortschatz beginnt, endet er schon bei vielen. Woher der Wein stammt und wie er hergestellt wurde, können sich dann nur wenige vorstellen, wenn das Endprodukt in die eigenen Gläser fließt. Ein Einblick in den Alltag und in die Weinlese meiner Jungwinzer im Weinland-Nahe: Christian Honrath, Weingut Clemens Honrath Franziska Finkenauer, Weingut Anton Finkenauer Michel Schott, Weingut 666 Metal-Wines Marcus Hees, Weingut Hees www.peterbender.org www.weinland-nahe.de www.metal-wines.com www.facebook.com/heeswein www.weingut-honrath.de/ "Jungfilmer meets Jungwinzer: die nächste Generation. Besser als die letzte? Schlechter? Anders! Die jungen Winzer beweisen, wie wunderbar das großartige Thema Wein als Schnittmenge funktioniert. Im Bewußtsein der handwerklichen Tradition und Finesse, einer Dynamik der intelligenten Weiterentwicklung und dem Mut zu Bruch und neuen Schritten im richtigen Moment. All das, eingebunden in eine jahrhunderte alte Kulturlandschaft, die immerneue Perspektiven zu eröffnen vermag. Genau an diesem Punkt finden sie zusammen. Der Wein- und der Filmemacher. Ob im Weinberg, im Keller, am Auslöser oder "im Schnitt". Zum Schluß zählt nur das Ergebnis. Und sowohl der Nahewein als auch die Dokumentation machen Lust auf mehr. Heimat. Schlau und schön interpretiert. Genießen!" // Bruno Schulz schulzundtebbe.de brunoschulz.de gedreht auf Canon C100. Mein Abschlussfilm an der Hochschule Mainz 2015.

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          • Mark Andrew from Roberson Wine talks about Smith-Madrone Riesling 2012

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            A visit to Stuart and Charles Smith’s winery, high up on Spring Mountain, is like a journey back to the halcyon days of 1970s Napa Valley. This is not the land of technological wine making, fancy tasting rooms and slick marketing – this is a down-home, honest and authentic wine estate that has remained largely unchanged since it was established in 1971 (five years before the ‘Judgement of Paris’ tasting). It wasn’t until the Smith brothers began clearing their 15 hectares of woodland, bought after Stu had finished his masters in winemaking at UC Davis, that they discovered evidence of previous viticultural activity on the site. It transpired that their land had been under vine from the 1880s until prohibition, but had been reclaimed by nature after the passing of the Volstead Act in 1919. This will come as no surprise to anyone visiting the estate today – Smith-Madrone is blessed with some of the most breathtaking vineyards in all of Napa Valley. Stu is a man of forthright opinions and strong convictions about how wine should be made, believing passionately in sustainable viticulture but railing against ideas like biodynamics with the same gusto that he decries the critic-led changes in wine style that engulfed the ‘90s and ‘00s.

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            • Niederösterreich (Lower Austria) Wine

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              Niederösterreich - Great Wines Along the Danube Niederösterreich is Austria's largest quality-wine-growing area. This designation stands for a big variety of different wine styles of international and indigenous grape varieties with Grüner Veltliner covering 44%. There are eight specific wine-growing regions in Niederösterreich, stretching from the Wachau in the west to Carnuntum in the east. These can be divided into three major climatic zones: the Weinviertel in the north, the region along the river Danube, with its adjoining valleys to the west of Vienna, and the warmer Pannonian part in the south-east of Niederösterreich. For more information visit: www.austrianwine.com

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              • Austrian Wine: Wagram

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                Grüner Veltliner Craves Loess The wine-growing region of Wagram received its new name in 2007, previously being known as Donauland. The 2,451 hectares of vines are planted in two distinct zones; to the north and to the south of the Danube. The northern, actual Wagram part, is a massive terrain that stretches some 30km along the northern bank of the Danube as far as Kamptal, and the areas towards the south, encompasses the quaint villages around the Tullnerfeld region as well as the historic wine town of Klosterneuburg, just outside Vienna. For more information visit: www.austrianwine.com

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                • Austrian Wine: Traisental

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                  Aromatic Grüner Veltliner. With Backbone and Finesse Traisental is the most recent addition to the viticultural map of Austria, and with a mere 790 hectares is amongst the smallest wine-growing regions. Big however, are the wines, particularly Grüner Veltliner. The quaint wine villages still contain the long-established tradition of Buschenschanken wine taverns, and the larger towns, such as Traismauer and Herzogenburg offer a fine glimpse into the region's history. The Traisental DAC designation was introduced from the 2006 vintage, and is applicable for fruity and spicy Grüner Veltliners and impressive Rieslings with mineral characters. For more information visit: www.austrianwine.com

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                  • Austrian Wine: Kremstal

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                    The High Culture of Wine The 2,243 hectares of vineyards in Kremstal are divided into three different zones, starting with rocky soils in the original Kremstal river valley and the historic town of Krems, along with Stein that joins the Wachau in the west, then moving on to the deep loess cover towards the east of Krems, and finally the southern bank of the Danube opposite Krems, around the magnificent Stift Göttweig monastery. Kremstal DAC was introduced in 2007 and stands for the vibrant and spicy Grüner Veltliner and for delicate, mineral-rich Riesling wines. Kremstal DAC wines are available either as in classic fresh medium-bodied styles or as rich, more intense Reserve wines. For more information visit: www.austrianwine.com

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                    • Austrian Wine: Kamptal

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                      Grüner Veltliner and Riesling - Millions of Years Young Kamptal gets its name from the river Kamp, that flows directly through it, and is also home to Austria's largest wine-producing town, Langenlois. With a vineyard area of 3,802 hectares, Kamptal is one of the most successful wine regions in Austria, and boasts a high proportion of outstanding, quality wine producers. Culture and tourism also play a significant role and effective from the 2008 vintage, the Kamptal DAC defines wines made from Grüner Veltliner or Riesling in two styles, a classic-styled medium-bodied wine and a rich, opulent dry Reserve style. For more information visit: www.austrianwine.com

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