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International Riesling Symposium (IRS) 2022: Geisenheim Researchers and Students join Expert Gathering Characterized by Climate Change

At the 2022 International Riesling Symposium (IRS) held at Kloster Eberbach at the beginning of May, Prof. Dr. Hans Reiner Schultz, President of Hochschule Geisenheim University, discussed the effects of climate change on Riesling – in particular grape quality and taste – and how rising temperatures...

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Digital Master‘s Info Events on June 27 – 28, 2022

Hochschule Geisenheim University offers prospective Master’s students the chance to learn more about its ten research-based degree programs in viticulture and enology, wine business, food safety, beverage technology, landscape architecture and planning as well as crop and horticultural science. Join...

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Hochschule Geisenheim University funded and awarded as "Innovative University"

The university’s project to promote biodiversity and versatility in viticulture entitled "GeisTreich – Geisenheimer Transferprogramm für artenreichen und multifunktionalen Weinbau" has successfully competed in the selection process of the “Innovative University” funding initiative, which is jointly...

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ProWein 2022: More than 38,000 Expert Trade Visitors and 5,700 Exhibitors from 62 Countries

After a pandemic-related break, this year’s ProWein has made an impressive comeback: On three days we had the chance to meet familiar faces from Geisenheim, inform “new faces” about our research and industry projects and give an overview of our wide-ranging degree programs with a special emphasis on...

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Thirsty for knowledge? Come and see us face-to-face at ProWein!

Visit our booth in hall 1 / A63 and get to know our latest research and industry projects. Our trade fair team is particularly excited to tell you more about our degree programs and find the right choice for you.

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Developing Tools to Assess the Economic Impact of Wine Regions: Geisenheim Scientist Takes the Lead

Last year, the International Organization of Vine and Wine (OIV) and the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) signed a Memorandum of Understanding to join forces in the field of wine tourism. The main objective of this cooperation is to develop a tool to estimate the economic importance of wine...

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Charity Run Challenge: Geisenheim – Kiev

1,750 kilometer for peace – Deutschlandstipendium holders are challenging YOU to run in aid of Ukraine.

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Geisenheim Scientists Analyze Winegrowers' Response to the Corona Pandemic and their Approaches for a Sustainable Development of Wine Tourism

In an article recently published in the scientific journal Sustainability, Prof. Dr. Gergely Szolnoki from the Department of Wine and Beverage Business at Hochschule Geisenhem University and his team describe how wineries have responded to the corona crisis, and analyze new sustainability strategies...

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