Wines from Germany

Germany has one of the coldest, shortest growing seasons of all the major wine-growing regions. This is the reason why only a few grape varieties can reach a good ripeness.

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Grauer Burgunder Trocken 2021
Germany
Pinot Gris Лозята са култивирани по био-динамичен начин. Гроздето е ста...
BGN 35.90
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Tell Riesling trocken 2016
Rheingau, Germany
Riesling
BGN 44.90
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Weisser Burgunder trocken 2021
Rheinhessen, Germany
Weissburgunder
BGN 35.90
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Spatburgunder trocken 2018
Rheinhessen, Germany
Pinot Noir
BGN 40.90
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Spatburgunder Tradition 2015
Pfalz, Germany
Pinot Noir
BGN 62.90
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Westhofener Riesling trocken 2018
Rheinhessen, Germany
Riesling
BGN 51.90
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Spatburgunder Tradition 2017
Rheinhessen, Germany
Pinot Noir
BGN 115.00
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Westhofener Riesling trocken 2016
Rheinhessen, Germany
Riesling
BGN 47.90
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Kalkofen Riesling GG 2016
Pfalz, Germany
Riesling
BGN 108.90

Like France, Germany allows the addition of sugar during fermentation when the harvest is poor and the grapes fail to accumulate sugars.

The two main regions are the Rhein Valley and the Mosel Valley. Germany is best known for its Riesling, although the predominant grape in the vineyards is actually Müller-Thurgau. Another more widespread variety is Pinot Noir, called Blauburgunder here. The style of production is different from that in Burgundy, but even among the German representatives can be found quite quality representatives with the potential for ageing. Germany produces the entire range of Riesling - from dry (trocken), through semi-dry (halbtrocken), to sweet, dessert, and the cold climate determines the lower alcohol content - usually up to and around 10 alcoholic degrees. An important feature of the label on the bottle is that if the variety is indicated on it, then the wine is 100% of it, otherwise the wine is a blend.