5 to Try

Ready to dive deeper into the world of German wine? Each post in our 5 to Try series showcases five examples of stellar German wines across styles, grapes, and Germany’s 13 wine regions.

5 to Try: Undiscovered Gems of German White Wines

Get to know some of the lesser-known German white wine varieties – from grapes you’ve probably seen before, like Sauvignon Blanc, to more traditional ones native to Germany, like Elbling and Gutedel.

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5 to Try: Sun-sational Pinot Blancs

You might be more familiar with Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris, but Germany’s third premier Pinot is just as stunning. Germany boasts the world’s largest vineyard area dedicated to Pinot Blanc (Weissburgunder), and we have a list of 5 examples to get you started.

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5 to Try: Picnic Perfect Pinot Gris

Germany’s crisp and refreshing white wines are enjoyable year-round, but especially under the heat of the summer sun. Consider packing a mouth-watering and zesty German Pinot Gris (Grauburgunder) in your picnic basket!

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5 to Try: Radiant German Rosé Wines

Germany is no exception to the Rosé craze! Typically made from Pinot Noir (Spätburgunder), German Rosé is deliciously dry with tart red fruit flavors and crisp acidity.

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5 to Try: Sustainable Sips

In honor of the 50th celebration of Earth Day, the wines in April’s 5 to Try demonstrate Germany’s dedication to sustainable viticulture and winemaking!

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5 to Try: A Range Of Rieslings

Our very first 5 to Try selections feature Germany’s hallmark grape – Riesling – across 5 winegrowing regions and a range of styles. This 5 to Try will provide you with a well-rounded representation of Riesling’s many styles!

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