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  • J.L. Wolf Villa Wolf Gewurztraminer 2022

    $23.33
    or $22.16 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Dr Loosen Dr L Dry Riesling 2023

    $23.33
    or $22.16 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Weingut Schloss Lieser Niederberg Helden Riesling Spatlese 2020

    $72.85
    or $69.21 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Burklin-Wolf Riesling Dry 2021

    $38.49
    or $36.57 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Robert Weil Rheingau Riesling Trocken 2021

    $59.86
    or $56.87 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Balthasar Ress Hattenheimer Schützenhaus Riesling Kabinett (screw cap) 2022

    $46.66
    or $44.33 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Gunderloch Fritz's Riesling 2022

    $27.50
    or $26.12 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Dönnhoff Estate Riesling 2022

    $50.07
    or $47.56 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Heymann-Lowenstein Riesling Scheifferterrassen (From Terraces of Slate) 2021

    $85.02
    or $80.77 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Fritz Haag Riesling 2021

    $41.00
    or $38.95 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Gunderloch Jean Baptiste Riesling Kabinett 2021

    $36.66
    or $34.83 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Dr Loosen Wehlener Sonnenuhr Riesling Spatlese 2022

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    $61.66
    or $58.58 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Egon Muller Wiltinger Braune Kupp Riesling Kabinett 2020

    $129.13
    or $122.67 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Wittmann Estate Riesling 2022

    $50.07
    or $47.56 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Robert Weil Kiedricher Riesling Trocken 2021

    $73.44
    or $69.77 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Dr. H. Thanisch 'Berncasteler Badstube' Riesling Kabinett 2021

    $55.99
    or $50.53 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Wittmann 100 Hügel Riesling 2022

    $30.07
    or $28.57 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Dr Loosen Beerenauslese 2018 - 375ml

    $66.65
    or $63.32 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Fritz Haag Brauneberger Juffer Sonnenuhr Riesling Auslese 375ml 2021

    $60.48
    or $57.46 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Villa Wolf Pinot Gris 2022

    $23.33
    or $22.16 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Schieferkopf Gewurtztraminer 2018

    $35.99
    or $68.38 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Müller-Catoir MC Riesling 2021

    $44.76
    or $42.52 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Burklin-Wolf Wachenheimer Altenburg 'P.C.' Riesling 2020

    $94.27
    or $89.56 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Willi Schaefer Graacher Himmelreich Auslese #9 2012 375ml

    $87.99
    or $83.59 in case of 6 bottles.
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Germany's wine landscape is as diverse as its history, with each region painting a unique picture of the country's viticultural artistry. The gentle undulating vineyards, nurtured by the Rhine and its tributaries, give rise to wines that resonate with depth and complexity. The influence of Germany's continental climate, coupled with Germany's wine landscape is as diverse as its history, with each region painting a unique picture of the country's viticultural artistry. The gentle undulating vineyards, nurtured by the Rhine and its tributaries, give rise to wines that resonate with depth and complexity. The influence of Germany's continental climate, coupled with its varied soil types, makes each bottle a reflection of its origin. The nation's flagship grape, Riesling, is celebrated for its aromatic intensity and versatility, ranging from bone-dry to lusciously sweet. Yet, the tapestry of German wines extends beyond just Riesling. Varieties like Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir) and Silvaner offer a glimpse into the multifaceted nature of German winemaking. As you explore these wines, you'll uncover stories of centuries-old vineyards, passionate winemakers, and a dedication to excellence that has cemented Germany's position in the global wine arena. read more... less

Frequently Asked Questions

What makes wines from Germany special?

Wines from Germany are special due to their unique combination of rich history, diverse terroirs, and exceptional winemaking traditions. One of the distinguishing features of German wines is the influence of the country's cool climate on the grape-growing process. This climate contributes to the production of wines with vibrant acidity, expressive aromatics, and a remarkable ability to reflect the specific vineyard sites. Germany is also renowned for its iconic Riesling wines, which showcase a wide spectrum of flavors ranging from delicate floral notes to zesty citrus and ripe stone fruits. The meticulous attention to detail in the vineyard and cellar, coupled with a commitment to sustainable and organic practices, further enhances the quality and character of German wines.

What are the most popular German wines?

German wines encompass a variety of styles and varietals, but Riesling and Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir) are among the most popular and recognizable. Riesling, celebrated for its ability to express terroir and age gracefully, remains a hallmark of German winemaking. Spätburgunder, on the other hand, has gained international recognition for its elegance and depth, particularly from regions like Baden and the Ahr. Both of these varieties have contributed to shaping Germany's reputation as a producer of top-quality, versatile wines that cater to a wide range of palates.

What are the first wines I should try from Germany?

If you're exploring German wines for the first time, starting with a classic Riesling is highly recommended. Look for a Riesling from the Mosel or Rheingau regions, as these areas are celebrated for producing some of the finest expressions of the grape. Opt for a Kabinett or Spätlese level of sweetness to experience the balance between acidity and fruitiness that defines German Rieslings. Additionally, consider trying a Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir) from regions like Baden or the Ahr to experience the elegance and depth of German red wines. These wines offer a great introduction to the diversity and quality that German winemaking has to offer.

What are the best German wines?

Germany is home to a plethora of exceptional wines that have earned global recognition. Some of the best-known and highly regarded offerings include Joh. Jos. Prüm Rieslings from the Mosel, Weingut Fritz Haag Rieslings from the Mosel, and Dr. Heger Spätburgunders from Baden. These wines exemplify the balance, complexity, and precision that have made German wines highly sought after by enthusiasts and collectors alike. Exploring the best German wines offers a journey through a diverse range of styles and terroirs, showcasing the country's profound impact on the world of fine winemaking.