The German wine magazine was founded in 1982 by the journalist Heinz-Gert Woschek founded with the aim of reporting "something about wine" to the somewhat educated wine lover. As a publisher and editor-in-chief, he has established the magazine as one of the leading wine magazines in Europe. Woschek later retired from the operational business and acted as editor for some time. The international experts recognized this achievement with numerous honors at home and abroad. The magazine was later taken over by the Bertelsmann publishing house. The Wine critic Michael Broadbent (1927-2020) described the magazine as "Germany's best wine magazine".
The main topics were grape varieties, producers, regions, harvests, vintages, literature, Accessories and semi-luxury goods. The volume was distributed about one third each to Germany, other Europe and the rest of the world. The magazine was published six times a year in Germany, Austria, South Tyrol, Switzerland and Luxembourg in a circulation of over 50,000 copies. The magazine was bought in 2005 by the agricultural publishing company, whose subsidiary Vinum-Verlag the wine journal Vinum brings out. Some content was taken over in Vinum, but "All about Wine" has disappeared from the market.