Archive for the 'Wine Travel Guide – Germany' Category

Aug 21 2009

In the spirit of the Niederhäuser Hermannshöhle

Published by under Nahe

The best of the Nahe wines have the minerality but with a bold fruit character and volcanic spice like character and good acidity. Diversity is huge, and thanks to the fact that more and more single vineyard wines are emerging, there is a revelation going on, a real deal.

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Aug 14 2009

Golden drops at the Mosel, Piesporter Goldtröpfchen

Published by under Mosel

The title suggests it, Goldtröpfchen meaning golden drops, or rather golden droplets as Tropfen is drops while Tröpfchen tends to be smaller drops, droplet(s) and a kinder way to put drops. There are a few explanation for the name, Goldtröpfchen.

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Jan 06 2009

Felsengarten, stone garden which rocks

Published by under Württemberg

Württemberg is famous for co-operatives cellar, red wine production, wine consumption highest per head in Germany and Trollinger (probably the leanest red wine the whole word). Yet, let me point out two sites beside the Neckar River with stunning views and surprising terroir and co-op who does very correct, clean and enjoyable wines.

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Dec 18 2008

Discover Württemberg

Published by under Württemberg

Württemberg in one sentence: long established history and sophisticated wine culture well backed up by a supportive community.

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Dec 16 2008

Ahrweiler, the German capital for Spätburgunder, aka Pinot Noir

Published by under Ahr

The second biggest plantings of Pinot Noir is in Germany, the Ahr has 500 ha of it, more or less

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