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Hugh Johnson

… from the German vineyard Würzburger Stein is considered to potentially be one of the oldest wines to have ever been tasted.He was selected Decanter Man of the Year in 1995, was promoted Officer in…


David Motion

…David Motion is famed for the incredible range of German wines available through his shop The Winery in Maida Vale. His support for emerging wine producers is unparalleled and David never misses an opportunity to get…


Freddy Price

… in wine. He pursued this interest with a visit to Germany, Champagne and Alsace to learn more about wines from these regions. In 1955 he joined Dolamore, a specialist in German and Bordeaux wines. Here…


Jancis Robinson

… generally favouring balance and subtlety over sheer mass.Video: Jancis Robinson on Wines of GermanyJancis Robinson


Famous vineyard sites

… loops as it snakes its way toward Zell, Bernkastel and Trier. read moreCheers! The Pfalz. Sensuous Wines of Quintessential Elegance: Forster Kirchenstück. Springtime comes early to the Pfalz. In fact, one of…


Classic wines

… sugar and acidity is but one of several components that contribute to the appealing style of Classic wines. It is a known fact that wines produced from riper grapes are fuller in flavor and body, i.e. that…


Classic grape varieties

… instantly come to mind. Yet numerous other traditional varieties are equally well-suited for Classic wines, not least those that have long been associated with a particular wine-growing region or district.…


Selection wines

…Selection winesConnoisseurs know that "Selection" signals the best of the vintage.....a carefully selected, top-quality exquisite example of German winemaking skill. Taste profile: dry.…


Selection grape varities

… the finest traditional grape varieties meet the high quality standards prescribed for Selection wines. Typical candidates, Riesling and/or members of the Burgunder (Pinot) family, are widespread in many of…


Sparkling Wine

… fermented, i.e. converted into alcohol and carbon dioxide. According to the wine law, this includes wines with up to 32 grams/liter of residual (leftover) sugar. The law also prescribes a ratio of residual…