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Sachsen

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/wine-growing-regions/sachsen/
20.01.2021
… Grape varieties 2019 (white 81.9%, red 18.1%): Müller-Thurgau (14.2%), Riesling (12.6%), Pinot Blanc (12.4%), Pinot Gris (9.5%), Pinot Noir (7.9%) Marketing: Most of the region's vines are…  

Württemberg

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/wine-growing-regions/wuerttemberg/
20.01.2021
… is not the only red wine produced here. In contrast, Schwarzriesling (also known as Müllerrebe or Pinot Meunier), Lemberger and Pinot Noir position themselves primarily as gourmet companions to sophisticated…  

Hessische Bergstrasse

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/wine-growing-regions/hessische-bergstrasse/
20.01.2021
… vineyard sites · 20+ individual sites Grape varieties 2019 [white 79% · red 21%]: Riesling (39.7%), Pinot Gris (12.1%), Pinot noir (11%), Pinot Blanc (5.4%) and Silvaner Marketing: More than half of the…  

Classic grape varieties

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/knowledge/selection/classic-grape-varieties/
20.01.2021
… conjunction with the name of a traditional grape variety. Grapes, such as Riesling or Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir), instantly come to mind. Yet numerous other traditional varieties are equally well-suited for…  

Selection grape varities

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/knowledge/selection/selection-grape-varities/
20.01.2021
… prescribed for Selection wines. Typical candidates, Riesling and/or members of the Burgunder (Pinot) family, are widespread in many of Germany's thirteen wine-growing regions, while other grapes are…  

Idig

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/idig/
20.01.2021
… German and international wine critics/publications for its top Idig Riesling and Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir) wines. Their Idig wines have numbered among the top ten dry Rieslings in Gault Millau (six of the…  

Johannisberg

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/johannisberg/
20.01.2021
… the primary grape variety (ca. 64%). The remaining 36% of the vineyard is planted with red and white Pinots (Spätburgunder, Grauburgunder, Weißburgunder) and small amounts of other varieties. The Prinz zu…  

Sonnenberg

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/sonnenberg/
20.01.2021
… or chamber, reserved for the abbot’s finest wines.Schweigener SonnenbergInternational Gateway to Pinots, Riesling, Silvaner & Gewürztraminer Bockenheim and Schweigen-Rechtenbach are at opposite ends…  

Hoellenberg

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/tourism/famous-vineyard-sites/hoellenberg/
20.01.2021
…es in double-storied cellars that date from 1793. Critics’ remarks: Kesseler belongs to the “world league” of Pinot Noir producers. Hours: by appointment only Contact: www.august-kesseler.de Weingut Krone’s…  

Sebastian Thomas

 
URL: https://www.germanwines.de/knowledge/riesling-fellowship/sebastian-thomas/
20.01.2021
… joining Burgundy specialist Howard Ripley in 2000. Since then, the portfolio has grown to include Pinot Noir from New Zealand, Oregon and Switzerland, as well as a broad selection of German…