Höhepunkt der Weinkultur
The German Wine Institute (Deutsches Weininstitut) is the national promotion board for all German wines with offices in 13 countries. Our aim is to improve the knowledge about and the image of German wines at home and world wide. Riesling and Pinot Noir (Spätburgunder) are our “dream team”.
Wine tourism has become more and more important and we want to draw the attention of wine interested tourists to our spectacular wine-growing regions by singling out 52 landmarks they HAVE TO visit when they come to Germany.
For any further information please contact Steffen Schindler at email@example.com (English, French, German welcome).
Tourists who visit Germany’s 13 wine-growing regions and who need guidance on what to visit.
Next year, the German Wine Institute will launch its project “Höhepunkte der Weinkultur” (Landmarks of Wine Culture). The aim is to choose 52 sights in Germany’s wine-growing regions and to promote them as landmarks for Germany’s viticulture and as favourite destinations for wine-tourists. These 52 wine-highlights will all receive the title “Höhepunkt der Weinkultur” and they will be allowed to use the official logo in all their printing material and ideally even at the landmark itself in the form of a plaque. The logo will also be used in wine-guides, brochures, on the internet, in the German wine atlas, etc.
The logo has to bear the term “Höhepunkt der Weinkultur” and has to allude to (German) wine, to wine-culture and ideally (optional) also to Germany as a country. The logo should have a very modern appeal and should not be overly traditional when it comes to wine-imagery (old-fashioned wine glasses and the like).
Ideally the logo also works in a very small printed version, e.g. in an atlas or a map, and it could even be used on a rubber stamp.
For any further information please contact Steffen Schindler at firstname.lastname@example.org (English, German, French welcome).
We need a logo in colour and B/W versions. The logo has to be finalized by the end of the year 2009.