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17.10.2019

Hugh Johnson

Hugh Johnson became a member of the Cambridge University Wine and Food Society while an undergraduate at King’s College, Cambridge in the 1950s where he was reading English. Johnson has been

17.10.2019

Famous vineyard sites

Famous vineyard sitesDragon's Cliff at the Northern Gateway to the Romantic Mittelrhein "Drachenfels" is the name of one of the Siebengebirge (Seven Hills) just south of Bonn - and

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Selection wines

… or Erzeugerabfüllung) or bottled by a commercial winery (Abfüller). In the latter case, where the…

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Sparkling Wine

"Trocken" (dry) denotes a wine in which all or nearly all of the natural sugar in the grape juice has been fermented, i.e. converted into alcohol and carbon dioxide. According to the wine law, this

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Quality control testing

The DLG and regional associations use the same testing procedure and "five-point system" to determine which wines merit seals, awards and prizes. These denote wines of superior quality and, in some

17.10.2019

German Wines and Nordic Cuisine

German Wines and Nordic Cuisine - Food and Wine PairingsBlackcurrant glazed Venison, salsify, and parsley puree with a red wine sauceSweden – Wine Recommendation: 2-3 year old Baden or Pfalz

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Idig

Rebstöckel Gästehaus & Vinothek:  Kreuzstraße 11, Neustadt/Diedesfeld. Especially Flammkuchen (tarte flambée) and other fine foods. Regional wines from Diedesfeld and from

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Johannisberg

Changing Fate in the Wallhäuser Johannisberg Site Although Johannisberg has long been recognized as a top site in the Nahe wine-growing region, it has suffered the fate of many a steep,

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Homburger Kallmuth

Origins and OwnersThe name Kallmuth derives from the Celtic “calemont” – “kahler Berg” or “barren hill.” It is assumed that it was first planted with vines by Benedictine monks in the 9th century.

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Hoellenberg

August Kesseler was one of the first in the Rheingau to use barrique casks (mid-80s) and to export German red wine. He is particularly proud that his Spätburgunder wines are listed in many leading