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27.02.2020

Gutedel

Gutedel Known as Chasselas in France and Fendant in Switzerland, this ancient white variety is both a popular table grape and a wine grape. It ripens fairly early and makes a rather neutral…

27.02.2020

Scheurebe

Scheurebe Scheurebe is a crossing of Riesling and the "Bukett grape" that is well established in several German wine regions. It was bred in Rheinhessen and named after its…

27.02.2020

Bacchus

Bacchus Bred in the Pfalz and named after the Latin term for Dionysos, "the Greek God of Wine", Bacchus is a crossing of (Silvaner x Riesling) x Müller-Thurgau. With sufficient ripeness,…

27.02.2020

Grauburgunder

Grauburgunder Altough the skin of the Grauburgunder grape is coloured reddish-grey, it is classified as a white wine variety. It is also commonly known as Pinot Gris in France and Pinot…

27.02.2020

Weißburgunder

Weißburgunder This ancient variety, which is known as Pinot Blanc in France, grows in fertile or chalky soil and ripens quite late. It is harvested later than Müller-Thurgau but earlier than…

27.02.2020

Kerner

Kerner Kerner is a crossing of Trollinger and Riesling, bred in 1969 in Württemberg and named after a local poet, Justinius Kerner. Compared with Riesling, it can grow in sites with less…

27.02.2020

Silvaner

Silvaner Silvaner is an old variety that once was the most important grape in Germany. In 1970 23% of German vineyards were planted with the Silvaner grape, however by 2018, it accounts…

27.02.2020

Müller-Thurgau

Müller-Thurgau / Rivaner The Müller-Thurgau, also commonly known as Rivaner, is the second most planted grape in Germany and accounts for 12% of the total vineyard area. It is named…

27.02.2020

Riesling

Riesling Of all the grapes of Germany, the most noble is the Riesling — a variety that can do well even in stony soil and can subsist on a minimum of moisture. It is also frost-resistant and a…

27.02.2020

Spätburgunder

Spätburgunder In Germany, the Spätburgunder is to red wine what the Riesling is to white wine: the cream of the crop. In fact, Germany is the world's third largest producer of Pinot Noir. The…