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Florals? For Spring? Groundbreaking German Wines for the Season

Spring has sprung, and blossoms are blooming everywhere you look. No matter your favorite flower, we encourage you to explore the scents, colors, and textures of the season with a glass of German wine! Almond Blossoms and Weissburgunder Each spring, travelers flock to the […]

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Alicia Barrett’s German Wine Pro-Tips

Welcome to Pro-Sips, a series sharing pro-tips from sommeliers and wine experts! There’s so much to learn and explore within the world of German wine – 13 distinct regions offering numerous wine varieties in a range of styles – so to help you get […]

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Flatiron Wine School Presents: Virtual German Wine Masterclass Series – February 4 – February 12

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Germany: Off the Beaten Path – November 18, 2021

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TRINK Masterclass: Three Terroirs of Pfalz Riesling- Tuesday, November 9

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15 Non-Alcoholic Wines That Are Better Than The Boozy Kind

Mashed

Non-alcoholic beverages are leading an industry-shifting movement. With all the solid alcohol-free and low-alcohol options out there, hangovers can truly be a thing of the past. Whether you prefer to abstain from alcohol for pregnancy, health, religious, or other preference-based reasons, there’s no shortage of alcohol-free wines to keep you in high spirits (pun intended).

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Sommelier Roundtable: What’s the Most Versatile Wine?

Wine Spectator

A truly versatile wine—one that pairs as harmoniously with tuna crudo as with steak—is a sommelier’s best friend. Confronted daily with the task of matching a table of diners with the right bottle to complement a wide range of flavors, the pros rely on wines that have a lot of flexibility and crowd appeal. Wine Spectator asked eight leading wine directors to share the wines they turn to when the menu selections—and wine drinkers’ palate preferences—run the gamut.

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