Sipping Spätburgunder: Germany’s Palate-Pleasing Pinot Noir

Riesling may reign as the top German white wine, but the country’s crown jewel of reds is undoubtedly Pinot Noir, where it’s better known as Spätburgunder.  Ranging from light and fruity to textured and round, learn all about Germany’s most famous red variety, and […]

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5 to Try: Luscious Late Harvest Riesling

Each post in our 5 to Try series showcases five examples of stellar wines from varying wine styles, grapes, and Germany’s 13 winegrowing regions. The list below lays out a few lusciously sweet – yet perfectly balanced – late harvest Rieslings! Adapting along with […]

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Wendy Stanford’s German Wine Tips

Welcome to Pro-Sips, our new 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 […]

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German Wine Culture Named an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO

Germany’s rich wine culture is receiving the recognition it deserves, now declared an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO! According to UNESCO’s expert committee, wine culture in Germany “shapes the rhythm of life,” and we couldn’t agree more.  UNESCO is the United Nations Educational, Scientific […]

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Whose *Wine* is it Anyway? Meet Michael Völker and Melanie Drese

Every month, ‘Whose Wine is it Anyway?’ profiles a German winemaker to give you a behind-the-vines look at the world of German wine. This month, we’re highlighting Michael Völker and Melanie Drese of 2Naturkinder. Based in Franken, 2Naturkinder is a small family winery paving […]

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5 to Try: Talkin’ Trocken – Dry German Riesling

Every month, our 5 to Try series showcases five examples of stellar wines from varying wine styles, grapes, and Germany’s 13 winegrowing regions. This month, we’re bringing it back to Germany’s number 1 stunner, Riesling! We can’t say it enough: Not. All. Riesling. Is. […]

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Whose *Wine* is it Anyway? Meet Dominik Meyer

Every month, ‘Whose Wine is it Anyway?’ profiles German winemaker to give you a behind-the-vines look at the world of German wine. This month, we’re highlighting Dominik Meyer of Moselland. Based in the Mosel, Moselland is one of the largest Riesling producers in Germany, producing […]

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Amy Waller’s German Wine Pro-Tips

Welcome to Pro-Sips, our new 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 […]

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