Schlossgut Diel Masterclass by Victor Diel Mandatory riesling enlightenment at Taberna Wine Bar with a tutored by Victor Diel masterclass on Schlossgut Diel – places are limited, so be quick to RSVP, details below ... read more >
how-to-pronounce-german-wines Watch the video and listen to our speakers to learn how to pronounce the most important terms connected with German Wines. From A - Z or in this case from Ahr to Württemberg. Big thanks to Deutsches Weininstitut - www.germanwines.de for creating this great video for the wine community. Can someone say Gewürztraminer! ... read more >
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Schloss Johannisberger vineyard, Germany For a better appreciation of the nature and versatility of this wine style, begin with the Germans. Life is filling in time between meals, and a meal without wine could only be breakfast," my doctrine and usual sign-off in correspondence. It often sparks facetious replies, predictably involving champagne. Occasionally, I encounter more compelling responses, such as this from Schloss Johannisberg: ... read more >
Schloss Johannisberger, Germany The recent revival of the most noble of white grapes brings back memories of sticky situations. Cast your mind back 30 years or more, if you are old enough, when it was de rigueur to order a glass of Hock in a pub or wine bar in England. Ostensibly riesling, the trend subsequently permeated around the globe. It was Queen ... read more >
Many bottles of wines Curtis Marsh shares why it's impossible to make up his mind when it comes to a favourite wine. Whenever I'm asked, "What is your favourite wine?" I reply, "The wine I haven't tried yet", emphasising that I gain the most pleasure in discovering new taste sensations. The fact is: I have a wandering palate for food and wine, greatly influenced ... read more >
Rudesheim Berg Schlossberg, indisputably the top vineyard site in Rudesheim with its slate and quartzite soils Great wines are hopefully always enigmatic and there are some real gems to be discovered among the 2006 German Rieslings. While there is a preoccupation with debating the merits of dry or sweet Rieslings, the international consumer has predominantly maintained an orthodox view of German Riesling with a preference for the richer lateharvest styles, particularly the exceptional and unique qualities ... read more >