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18. Decanter World Wine Awards: Record year for German wines

07/19/2021

Record year for German wines at this year's Decanter World Wine Awards: not only with Riesling, but also with world-class Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. These came from the Ahr and Baden. In the tasting notes of the jury it was said that it could be that Germany's wine landscape was beginning to present itself a little more "Burgundy".

 


Amoung Top 50 wine of the competition - 97 out of 100 possible points

The jury suspected this because a Chardonnay from Baden and a Pinot Noir from the Ahr made it into the top 50 wines of the competition. Both German top 50 wines received 97 out of 100 possible points, Devonschiefer R Reserve Spätburgunder 2018 (Pinot Noir) vom Weingut Kreuzberg (Ahr) und Schlossberg Staufen Chardonnay 2018 vom Weingut Fritz Wassmer (Baden).

Five other German wines were also awarded 97 points and were awarded platinum. This success is mainly due to Rieslings:

Schloss Johannisberg Silberlack Riesling  GG 2019 (Rheingau)
Von Winning Pechstein Riesling GG 2019 (Pfalz)
Weingut Hans Wirsching Iphöfer Julius-Echter-Berg Rieslaner Trockenbeerenauslese 2018 (Franken)
Hans Wirsching  Iphöfer Julius-Echter-Berg Riesling Trockenbeerenauslese 2019 (Franken)
Weingut Korrell Paradies Riesling Beerenauslese 2019 (Nahe).

Gold medals: August Eser Doosberg Riesling Trocken GG 2019 (Rheingau, 96 Punkte),
Maibachfarm Glanzstück Spätburgunder 2018 (Ahr, 95 Punkte) und
Staatlicher Hofkeller Würzburg Würzburger Stein Riesling GG 2019 (Franken, 95 Punkte).

Decanter awarded a further 79 German wines with a silver medal and 32 wines with a bronze medal.

Full list of results:

https://www.decanter.com/decanter-awards/

Mehr Meldungen

In der zweiten Junihälfte begannen die Verkostungen für die Decanter World Wine Awards 2021. Gut 18.000 Weine waren zu bewerten; damit erreichte der etablierte britische Weinwettbewerb eine Rekordbeteiligung.

In der zweiten Junihälfte begannen die Verkostungen für die Decanter World Wine Awards 2021. Gut 18.000 Weine waren zu bewerten; damit erreichte der etablierte britische Weinwettbewerb eine Rekordbeteiligung.