Germany remains a 'difficult' country within the wine trade. Her wines are highly rated, and scored by professionals yet consumers are reluctant to experiment with them. There are many reasons for this. Blue Nun and Liebfraumilch has a lot to answer for and many people still think that all German wines are on the sweet side. Add to that some downright bewildering labelling terms and it's east to see why there is a lot of doubt. There are some truly great wines made in Germany, and if you are prepared to do a little research then you will be richly rewarded. Riesling is the jewel in Germany's crown with some world class wines coming from the Mosel, Reingau and Pfalz regions in particular.
Here we have an exquisite Scheurebe, one bursting with freshness and spicy oriental aroma, One can a..
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Here we have a Rose which is dense with flavours. Deep red cherries. fresh walnuts, rosemary and whi..
€20.00 Ex Tax: €16.26
This is by far the most famous and internationally renowned vineyard site on the Mosel combining elg..
€22.99 Ex Tax: €18.69
Beautiful balance of fruit and refreshing acidity, lingering aftertaste that makes it easy to empty ..
€18.50 Ex Tax: €15.04
Piesport is a villlage on the North bank of the Mosel wine region of Germany and is known for having..
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This is by far the most famous and internationally renowned vineyard site on the Mosel combining ele..
€19.99 Ex Tax: €16.25