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28.05.2020

Schwarzriesling

…Schwarzriesling - only growth and shape are common to Riesling Although the name literally means "black Riesling," this variety is not related to Riesling at all. In fact, it is a mutation of Spätburgunder…

28.05.2020

Riesling

… Simply sniffing a Riesling is a great pleasure. Hints of apple, citrus, peach and apricot can be detected. The purity of fruit aroma combined with a unique fruit acidity make the Riesling into one of the greatest…

28.05.2020

Müller-Thurgau

… by Professor Hermann Müller from Thurgau in Switzerland. It was long assumed to be a cross between Riesling and Silvaner (hence “Rivaner”), however, this was disproved by genetic analysis some time ago. The…

28.05.2020

Kerner

…Kerner Kerner is a crossing of Trollinger and Riesling, bred in 1969 in Württemberg and named after a local poet, Justinius Kerner. Compared with Riesling, it can grow in sites with less favorable conditions…

28.05.2020

Weißburgunder

… or chalky soil and ripens quite late. It is harvested later than Müller-Thurgau but earlier than Riesling. It thrives excellently everywhere where it is too hot for Riesling. Weißburgunder wines have a…

28.05.2020

Bacchus

… the Latin term for Dionysos, "the Greek God of Wine", Bacchus is a crossing of (Silvaner x Riesling) x Müller-Thurgau. Bacchus wines are often found in the Prädikatswein category with the…

28.05.2020

Scheurebe

…Scheurebe Scheurebe is a crossing of Riesling and Bukettrebe (until 2012 thought to be Silvaner), that is well established in several German wine regions. It is one of the popular aromatic varieties. It was…

28.05.2020

Ebling

… a long history and used to be planted all across Germany until the early 20th century, when Riesling and Silvaner started to displace it. Meanwhile, it is almost exclusively grown in the Mosel region.

28.05.2020

History

… 1955 or 1929 respectively, and have long since fought for a place alongside grape varieties such as Riesling or Pinot Noir. To explore Germany’s wine history further, there are several wine museums in the…

28.05.2020

Speciality & Regional Wines

… particularly high-quality areas for production of ‘Erstes Gewächs’wines. Other requirements are that only Riesling and Pinot Noir varieties are permitted; yields are limited to a maximum 50 hl / ha; hand picking is…