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GERMAN WINE - Dr Christian E BUTZKE Associate Professor of...

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Dr. Christian E. BUTZKE Associate Professor of Enology Department of Food Science [email protected]    765.494.6500    FS Room 1261 www.fs470.org 
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Germany   History   Geography   Statistics   Growing areas and classifications   Grape varieties   Wine styles
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The Romans – again! Neumagener Wine Ship 
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Topography of Germany
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Wine Regions of Germany Der Brockhaus: Wine Der Brockhaus: Wine www.brockhaus.de www.brockhaus.de
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Cool-climate Winegrowing Principles Germany  Southwest corner of country  => warmest climate  Along major rivers  => moderated temperatures  Steep hillside slopes  => maximum sun exposure  Slate covered vineyards  => night-time heat release  
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Germany Statistics   13 major growing areas   263,000 acres of vineyards   100,000 grape growers   25,000 wine producers   217 million gallons of wine (2003)   5.3 gal/capita wine consumption  (2004)
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Grape Acreage REGION 2004/2000* 1. Spain 2,995 2. France 2,210 3. Italy 2,140 4. Turkey 1,475 5. China 1,125 6. USA 976 7. Iran 713 8. Portugal 610 9. Romania 575 10. Argentina 525 Thousands of Acres REGION 2004/2000* 11. Chile 468 12. Australia 410 13. Greece* 323 14. Ukraine* 313 15.  South Africa* 293 16. Bulgaria* 278 17. Germany* 263 18. Hungary* 228 19.  Yugoslawia * 205 20. Croatia * 148 EUROPE 11,978 WORLD 19,763 Includes table grapes and raisins! 
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Wine Production REGION 2004 2000 1990 1. France 1,210 1,519 1,733 2. Italy 1,136 1,363 1,448 3. Spain 1,067 1,102 1,020 4. USA 539 616 417 5. Argentina 349 330 370 6. China 296 N/A N/A 7. Australia 285 214 116 8. South Africa 235 182 238 9. Germany 217 259 225 10. Portugal 188 177 299 11. Chile N/A 169 106 EUROPE 4,861 5,310 5,918 WORLD 6,869 7,292 7,477 Millions of Gallons
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Wine Production Gallons x 1000 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000 1990 2000 2005 World Europe US Germany
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World’s Wine Importers 1. Germany  2004      359  2. United Kingdom  2001    264  3. United States  2001      141  www.calwinexport.com Million gallons
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1.  Ahr  2.   Baden   15% 3.  Franken 4.
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