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16.10.2018

Mosel

… estates and commercial wineries. The latter also bottle and commercialize some wines from other German wine-growing regions (e.g. the Pfalz and Rheinhessen) as well as less expensive,…

16.10.2018

Nahe

… are cooperative cellars in Meddersheim and Bretzenheim (the latter receives members' grapes; the wines are produced and marketed by the Mosel's regional cooperatives cellars), but their role in the Nahe is…

16.10.2018

Pfalz

… Pfalz is second only to the Mosel in acreage planted with the noble Riesling grape. Here, it yields wines of substance and finesse, with a less austere acidity than their Mosel counterparts. Pleasant, mild…

16.10.2018

Rheingau

… the crop at various stages of ripeness from which the Prädikate, or special attributes that denote wines of superior quality, evolved. Queen Victoria's enthusiasm for Hochheim's wines contributed to their…

16.10.2018

Rheinhessen

… grown in vineyards surrounding the Liebfrauenkirche, or Church of Our Lady, in Worms. Rheinhessen wines are often characterized as being soft, fragrant, medium-bodied and mild in acidity - pleasant,…

16.10.2018

Saale-Unstrut

… climate. Yields are low and Spätlese or Auslese can be produced only in exceptionally warm years. The wines are labelled as varietals and, with the exception of extremely rare dessert wines, all wines are…

16.10.2018

Sachsen

… region's oldest estate at Schloss Proschwitz (privately owned) are Sachsen's largest estates. Saxon wines are rarities, available in very limited quantities, and nearly all are consumed by locals. Signposted…

16.10.2018

Württemberg

… this region, followed by Schwarzriesling (also known as Müllerrebe) and Lemberger. Most of these wines are light, fruity and easy to enjoy; but deep-colored, rich, full-bodied red wine with great…

16.10.2018

Hessische Bergstrasse

… in Bensheim is the region's largest vineyard owner. Given the small size of the region, Bergstraße wines are scarce and mostly consumed by its locals only. Signposted routes through wine…

16.10.2018

Ortega

… who named it after the philosopher José Ortega y Gasset. These grapes ripen quite early and wines made from them have an elegant, rich and peachy bouquet and flavor and are known for being very…