Christof Queisser, Rotkäppchen-Mumm Sektkellereien GmbH, is named President.
The association celebrates its 125th anniversary.
Nikolaus Graf von Plettenberg, Sektmanufaktur Schloss VAUX AG, is named President.
Dr Wilhelm Seiler, Sektkellerei Schloss Wachenheim AG, is named President.
Dr Hans-Henning Wiegmann, Henkell & Söhnlein Sektkellereien KG, is named President.
Dr Wolf H. Pröpsting, Henkell & Söhnlein Sektkellereien KG, is named President.
Hanns Christof Wegeler, Sektkellerei Deinhard, is named President.
Revision of the wine law. The European Commission lifts the restriction on the term ‘Sekt’, eliminating the state monopoly on Sekt. Winegrowers and winemaking cooperatives can now turn wine into Sekt.
The new wine law, which protects the term ‘Sekt’ for German-made products, takes effect. The official approval number is introduced as a seal of quality.
Diether Hummel, Sektkellerei Burgeff & Co., is named president.
Two associations for German Sekt producers are founded in the occupation zones: Verband Deutscher Sektkellereien der französischen Zone and Verband Deutscher Sektkellereien Großhessen.
The tax on sparkling wines is reintroduced.
Due to Nazi legislation, a team of specialists – Schaumweinindustrie der Wirtschaftsgruppe Lebensmittelindustrie – supersedes the association in 1935.
Sparkling wine becomes tax-free. The sparkling wine tax law is lifted, resulting in mandatory cooperative advertising. The message: everyone can afford Sekt and should treat themselves on special occasions.
Christian Adalbert Kupferberg takes the chair (formally from 1932).
The term ‘Sekt’ is legally acknowledged.
The Treaty of Versailles protects the term ‘Champagne’ for France, which up until that point is the word commonly used by the German public for Sekt.
The Sekt tax of DM 0.50 per bottle is introduced to finance the Kaiser’s fleet.
15 German Sekt producers found the Syndikat der Schaumweinfabrikanten (syndicate of sparkling wine producers).