Classics vintage 2019: Not cold enough: first vintage without ice wine

15:45  01 march  2020
15:45  01 march  2020 Source:   handelsblatt.com

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Die Trauben müssen bei der Ernte gefroren sein. © dpa The grapes must be frozen when harvested.

The minimum temperature of minus seven degrees Celsius has not been reached in any of the wine-growing regions. For 50 companies in Rhineland-Palatinate, this means a total loss.

The lovers of ice wine are going empty-handed this time. "The 2019 vintage will go down in history here in Germany as the first vintage , in which the ice vintage failed nationwide," says Ernst Büscher from the German Wine Institute in Bodenheim near Mainz. The minimum temperature of minus seven degrees Celsius required for ice-cream harvesting had not been reached in any of the 13 German wine-growing regions.

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Most of the farms had probably already seen it this way: At the Chamber of Agriculture Rhineland-Palatinate , only 50 companies registered for their 2019 vintage vineyards of 42 hectares for a possible ice wine harvest. For them, the lack of frost means a total loss. At the 2018 vintage, there were still 683 winegrowers with an area of ​​584 hectares.

A year ago, grapes for ice wine could still be harvested in eight wine-growing regions. It all started on November 28, 2018 at minus seven degrees in the Saale-Unstrut region. On January 21, 2019, winegrowers in other growing areas followed, including the Günther Steinmetz winery in Brauneberg on the Moselle at minus 9.5 degrees.

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