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Germany is known for its gifted landscapes, plains, mountains and rivers. They have the natural gift of having beautiful rivers which helps a lot in growing grapes as well as brewing the grapes once they are fully grown. The German wines are one of the most tasteful wines as their winemaking dates back to the Roman Era.

Quality of German Wines

Germany has a mixed reputation when it comes to their wine. While one part of the world claims that German wines are the most delicious and elegant wines in the world, another section claims that German wine is cheap and mass-produced wine.

The German wines are greatly overshadowed by French, Italian and Spanish wine and this is usually because of the good tasting wines of France, Italy and Spain. German wines are tasteful, aromatic and are sophisticated in taste due to the grapes that grow in the country. 

Some of the German wines are produced by people in their wineries and are not mass produced products. This not only makes the wines unique but also makes it available in minimum numbers only.

Varietals and regions

The famous grape varietals cultivated in Germany are Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, Muller – Thurgau, Kerner and the like. The common wine-growing regions located in Germany are the following:

  • Ahr
  • Baden
  • Franconia
  • Hessian Mountain Road
  • Mittelrhein
  • Mosel
  • Nahe
  • Palatinate
  • Rheingau
  • Rheinhessen
  • Saale-Unstrut
  • Saxony
  • Wurttemberg

Wine Styles

Apart from the usual red and white wines, you will find rose, sparkling, sweet and semi-sweet wines in Germany. The German vineyards are located in a northerly direction, which makes the wines produced here quite distinct when compared to those produced in the other European regions. White wine made from Riesling varietal is the most common here. Due to the climatic conditions, red wine isn’t produced much in Germany.


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