There’s More to German Wine Than Riesling

The New York Times

Germany produces a host of great wines, made from grapes both famous and little known. Often, they are produced in small lots and are great values.

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Power & Poise

Wine Spectator

The 2018 vintage marks a great year for Germany’s dry whites. The 2018s, now on the market, represent the latest in a string of outstanding harvests uninterrupted since 2014.

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Rosé All Day: Around The World With Everyone’s Favorite Summer Wine

Forbes

While rosé is a wine associated with the South of France, countries of all over the world produce equally fantastic varieties that are worth discovering and more importantly, drinking.

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A Quick Guide to German Riesling

Wine Enthusiast

Riesling flourishes worldwide, but nowhere does it inspire as fervent focus as in Germany, its birthplace. Cultivated throughout the country’s 13 wine regions, it mirrors the fascinating diversity of local terroir.

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10 Reasons You Should Give Riesling Another Look

The New York Times

Critics love it, consumers not so much. But the beauty of these wines requires stubborn advocacy because they are that good. Really.

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Spätburgunder: Germany’s Answer to Burgundy

Wine Spectator

A treasure trove of Pinot Noirs lies in store for wine lovers willing to hunt down these German gems.

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Wine Star: Nik Weis

Wine Spectator

The third-generation German winemaker shares an entire crop of rare St.-Urbans-Hof dessert Riesling.

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What To Drink Now: German Wines from Pfalz

D Magazine

The region delivers exceptional wines.

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