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21.01.2019

Mailservice

… nicht Dritten zur Nutzung zur Verfügung.[Translate to English:] Mailservice Newsmailer Wines of Germany offers a newsmailer-service with up to date information on German Wines Worldwide.…

21.01.2019

Ocean meets Wine

… in Mediterranean pasta dishes. Ideally, they are accompanied by not too full-bodied and dry white wines such as Müller-Thurgau, Pinot Blanc or Silvaner. A Portugieser rosé is another great choice. A dry…

21.01.2019

Ahr

… charming Portugieser predominate. Lively, fresh Riesling and Frühburgunder are the white wines which are procuded here.

21.01.2019

Franken

… vineyard Stein, which gave rise to the generic term Steinwein, formerly used to denote all Franken wines. Fuller-bodied, less aromatic, often drier, firmer and earthier, Franconian wines are generally the…

21.01.2019

Mittelrhein

… the vineyards are planted with the noble Riesling grape. The clayish slate soil yields lively wines with a pronounced acidity. When there are years, in which the wines are particularly austere, they are…

21.01.2019

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,…

21.01.2019

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…

21.01.2019

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…

21.01.2019

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…

21.01.2019

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,…