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… through the little town. It pays to take the original road to see the picturesque, ivy- and grapevine-cloaked, half-timber and sandstone houses (18th-19th century). Food and wine await within many an…
… Schweigen-Rechtenbach and Wissembourg are permitted to market the wines produced from their “French” grapes under the German appellation Sonnenberg. Although this practice does not conform with EU regulations…
… (dragon’s blood) alludes to this battle. It’s a light, off-dry quaffing wine made from the Portugieser grape. Weingut A. Pieper has produced it for years. It is quite popular in Japan, and a small amount is…
… takes its names from the huge amount of rabbits in the area who have always enjoyed munching on the grapevines’ tender shoots. Today the vineyard of 20ha is mostly planted with Riesling, with…
… Spätburgunder Although the Rheingau is best known for its Riesling wines, the Spätburgunder grape has also been cultivated here for centuries, particularly in the red wine enclave Assmannshausen. The…
… predominate in sites further south (including Mönchberg). As throughout the Württemberg region, red grape varieties predominate in the Stuttgart area, led by the region’s favorite, Trollinger. Other reds…
… breeder, Peter Morio, and its characteristically strong, rich bouquet that is reminiscent of Muscat grapes. It adds a spicy touch to a blended wine. During the past twenty years, as the popularity of rather…
… to minus seven degrees Celsius and below. Winegrowers again had the chance to harvest frozen grapes for the production of ice wine.
… alcohol content, sometimes crisp acidity, moderate residual sweetness or soft tannins for red grape varieties, they go perfectly with a variety of styles of Asian cuisine. Dry white wines are also…
… selected from 61 wines. Those made from Riesling rated highly, but those made from traditional grape varieties used to produce champagne also won acclaim in the Best German Sekt Denmark 2020 awards.