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German expensive and elite wine

Germany produces red and white, sweet and dry, non-sparkling and sparkling wines. Nevertheless, it is best known for its white wines — dry or, more often, sweetish.

The king of German wine, of course, is Riesling.

Cool climate allows you to get amazingly elegant, sophisticated Rieslings with optimal acidity.

The best regions of origin of German wine are:

  • Mosel — lighter, mean and smoky wines
  • Baden — not only famous for Riesling, but also for its Pinot Noir (Spätburgunder)
  • Pfalz — stronger and more mature wines, often from Pinot Blanc, Pinot Noir and other varieties
  • Rheingau — more mature and weighty Riesling

To replenish your wine collection, you can order the best German wines in the grandvinum.com catalog.

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