Germany

Germany has 13 major wine regions mostly located next to rivers, which moderate the climate. Moreover, 80% of Germany’s vineyards are on hills, so that the sunlight can reflect off these rivers like mirrors and help cultivate the wines. As Germany has a cool climate, one can typically expect high acidity, freshness, fruitiness and low alcohol. The sweetness of the wine depends on the winemaker, how long they decide to leave the grapes in the vine and how long they allow the fermentation to continue.

A surprising fact is that Germany produces both whites and reds. Along with Riesling, the country’s white grapes include Gewürztraminer, Müller-Thurgau, Rieslaner, Ruländer (Pinot Gris) Scheurebe, Silvaner and Weissburgunder (Pinot Blanc).

Amongst the reds, the light and earthy Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir) is the most prominent grape.

According to a great number of Sommeliers, dry German Riesling is arguably the most dynamic, food pairing white wine on the planet. The high acidity coupled with its clean, pure flavour and the absence of obfuscating oak makes it the most exciting white wine when it comes to pairing with food.

By law, high quality (QmP) wines must be produced naturally with no additive chemicals to alter the flavour or alcohol level. In addition to what the law requires, German wine makers tend to be environmentally conscious with many practicing organic and biodynamic growing methods.

Enjoy our variety of fine wines from Germany.

Select Wine Region -> Pfalz (Palatinate) - Mosel - Rheingau

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  • 2017 Langenlonsheimer Riesling

    An animating Riesling with juvenile and fresh aromas of tropical fruits with a lively acidity; summerly fresh; well balanced acidity and residual sugar Wine Estate: Bürgermeister Schweinhardt Region: Germany / Nahe Grape: Riesling Vintage: 2017 Content: 0.75 L ABV: 12.5% Acidity: 8.0 g/l Res.Sugar: 5.7 g/l Style: dry Learn More
  • 2017 Rheingau Riesling

    From steep vineyards in Lorch/Rheingau this Riesling presents itself straw-yellow in the glass; citrus- and apple - aromas in the nose; beautiful mineral notes from slate soils; complex Food recommendation: goes very well with salads, poultry, fish, crustaceans and pasta Wine Estate: Mohr Region: Germany / Rheingau Grape: Riesling Vintage: 2017 Content: 0.75 L ABV: 12.0% Acidity: 8.1 g/l Res.Sugar: 8.1 g/l Style: dry Learn More
  • 2017 Blauer Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir) "Scherzinger Batzenberg" Alte Reben

    Wine Estate: Heinemann Region: Germany / Baden Grape: Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir) Vintage: 2017 Content: 0.75 L ABV: 13.0 % Acidity: 5.4 g/l Res.Sugar: 2.3 g/l Style: dry This Pinot Noir stems from 30 years old grapevines; they grow on clayey loam with lime decomposition rock; rubin-red with violet reflexes; aromas of cherry, plum, blueberries, black currant and hints of marzipan and vanilla; dense tannin structure with fine structured acidity Food recommendation: goes very well with braised ox cheeks, venison and chocolate tarte Learn More
  • 2017 Muskateller "Scherzinger Batzenberg" Kabinett

    Wine Estate: Heinemann Region: Germany / Baden Grape: Muskateller Vintage: 2017 Content: 0.75 L ABV: 12.5 % Acidity: 6.2 g/l Res.Sugar: 3.6 g/l Style: dry This Muskateller is a rarity as in Baden/Germany only 1% is planted to Muskateller. Aromas of litchi, vineyard peach, lime blossom and a hint of acacia. Beautiful mineral notes are well balanced with the acidity. Food pairing recommendation: this Muskateller goes very well with coq au vin, lobster, green asparagus, tarte tatin, nut cake - or just as an aperitif Learn More
  • 2014 Langenlonsheimer Chardonnay Sekt Brut

    Dense and creamy structure; light aromas of peach, ripe mirabelles and pink grapefruit; well balanced acidity plays with fine fruitiness on the tongue; animating; soft and fine perlage; 36 months bottle fermentation Wine Estate: Bürgermeister Schweinhardt Region: Germany / Nahe Grape: Chardonnay Vintage: 2014 Content: 0.75 L ABV: 12.8 % Acidity: 6.7 g/l Res.Sugar: 11.4 g/l Style: Brut / Methode Traditionelle Learn More
  • 2018 Rheingau Riesling "Alte Reben"

    The grapes of this Riesling ripe on 60 years old grapevines; hand harvested; light yellow in the glass; aromas of peach, apple and apricot; well balanced mineral notes and fruit; great potential for storage Wine Estate: Mohr Region: Germany / Rheingau Grape: Riesling Vintage: 2018 Content: 0.75 L ABV: 12.5% Acidity: 6.7 g/l Res.Sugar: 7.2 g/l Style: dry, Biodynamic and vegan Food recommendation: goes very well with seafood, fish, poultry, salads and veal and beef Learn More
  • 2017 Blauer Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir) "Scherzinger Batzenberg" Selektion "S"

    Wine Estate: Heinemann Region: Germany / Baden Grape: Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir) Vintage: 2017 Content: 0.75 L ABV: 13.0 % Acidity: 5.9 g/l Res.Sugar: 2.0 g/l Style: dry The grapevines grow on clayey loam with lime decomposition rock; hand harvested; 14 months maturation in barrique barrels; rich ruby red colour with bright reflexes; aromas of dark cherry, vanilla, white chocolate, smoke and coffee; complex with elegant acidity and fine embedded tannins Food recommendation: goes very well with beef fillet, saddle of venison, braised brisket of beef...etc Learn More
  • 2017 Ahr-Spätburgunder "S"

    Wine Estate: Peter Kriechel Region: Germany / Ahr valley Vintage: 2017 Grape: Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir) Content: 0.75 L ABV: 13.5 % Res. Sugar: 1.9 g/l Acidity: 4.6 g/l Style: dry Classic granet-red colour; aromas of cherries and dark berries; elegant tannin structure meets a well balanced acidity Food pairing recommendation: this typical German Spätburgunder goes very well with beef, venison and pasta Learn More
  • 2020 Langenlonsheimer "Rothenberg" Riesling Grand Cru

    Intensive aromas of fruit with nuances of apricot and passion fruit; stony aromas on the palate; wonderful mineral notes; fresh and full-flavoured Wine Estate: Bürgermeister Schweinhardt Region: Germany / Nahe Grape: Riesling Vintage: 2020 Content: 0.75 L ABV: 11.0% Acidity: 6.3 g/l Res.Sugar: 5.1 g/l Style: dry Learn More

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