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The Dutch Gastro-Cup: Germany's Winner-List

02/02/2021

For the fourth time, the German Wine Institute organized the "Gastro-Cup" in The Netherlands in cooperation with the Wine and Food Association. The aim was to focus on the rising gastronomic relevance of German wines.


Dutch importers were asked to send in German wines that were particularly suitable for use in the catering trade. A total of 143 wines were submitted, which were tasted by a Dutch expert jury.

Wines of Germany Winners at Gastro Cup 2021

In December 2020, The German Wine Institute (DWI) presented all finalists of the Gastro Cup in a zoom webinar. The winners were announced in Amsterdam on February 1st, 2021. Despite the pandemic, the importers insisted on receiving their winning certificates in person one after the other.

The Wines of Germany Gastro Cup awarded wines in four categories: sparkling wine, Riesling, white wine and red wine. Each category is subdivided into two relevant price classes, above and up to twelve euros.

Riesling > 12€

  1. Weingut Loersch, 2018 Riesling Blauschiefer, Mosel, 8,98€, Champagnist
  2. Weingut Wagner Stempel, 2019 Riesling Gutswein, Rheinhessen, 8,95€, Grandi Vini
  3. Weingut Josef Spreitzer, 2019 Riesling Hallgarten, Rheingau, 9,50€, Winterberg Wijnen

Riesling < 12€

  1. Weingut van Volxem, 2018 Riesling Scharzhofberger, Mosel, 39,90€, Winterberg Wijnen
  2. Weingut Loersch, 2017 Riesling Devon-Terrassen, Mosel, 18,98€, Champagnist
  3. Weingut Eva Fricke, 2018 Riesling Mélange, Rheingau, 30,95€, Karakter Wijnen

White wine > 12€

  1. Weingut Ziereisen, 2018 Gutedel Steingrüble, Baden, 11,95€, Winterberg Wijnen
  2. Weingut Karl May, 2019 Grauburgunder Osthofen, Rheinhessen, 10,95€, Winterberg Wijnen
  3. Weingut Schwedhelm, 2019 Silvaner Zellertal, Pfalz, 8,50€, Winterberg Wijnen

White wine < 12€

  1. Weingut Molitor, 2016 Pinot Blanc*** Wehlener Klosterberg, Mosel 30€ Verbunt Verlinden
  2. Weingut Martin Waßmer, 2018 Chardonnay „SW“ Markgräflerland, 15,75€ Wijnimport J.Bart
  3. Weingut Molitor, 2018 Pinot Blanc*, Mosel, 13,50€, Verbunt Verlinden

Red wine > 12€

  1. Weingut J.Neus, 2018 Pinot Noir Muschelkalk, Rheinhessen, 8,95€, Winterberg Wijnen
  2. Weingut Dautel, 2018 Lemberger, Württemberg, 9,25€, Batard
  3. Weingut Julia Bertram-Baltes, 2018 Spätburgunder, Ahr, 10,93€, Lekker Sapje

Red wine < 12€

  1. Weingut Deutzerhof, 2016 Spätburgunder Balthasar C., Ahr, 16,93€, Heisterkamp
  2. Weingut Martin Waßmer, 2016 Spätburgunder Schlatter Maltesergarten, Baden, 14,70€, Wijnimport J.Bart
  3. Weingut Franz Keller, 2018 Pinot Noir Oberbergener Bassgeige, 17,55 Pallas Wines

Sekt

  1. Griesel&Compagnie, 2016 Pinot Noir Prestige, Hessische Bergstraße, 18,95€, Winterberg Wijnen
  2. Sekthaus Raumland, 2011 Pinot Noir Triumvirat, Rheinhessen, 36,95€, Winterberg Wijnen
  3. Reichsrat von Buhl, 2017 Riesling Brut, Pfalz, 12,55€, Les Généreux

More information: www.duitsewijn.nl

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Amsterdam: Despite the pandemic, The winners of the "Gastro Cup - Netherlands" received their winning certificates in person - one after the other. source: duitsewijn.nl

Für den Gastro Cup waren niederländische Importeure aufgefordert, deutsche Weine einzusenden, die sich besonders für den Einsatz in der Gastronomie eignen. Insgesamt wurden 143 Weine von einer niederländischen Fachjury verkostet.