In Wall Street Journal, Lettie Teague describes how German winemakers are quietly conquering the world with international varieties blazing the trail for local varietals.
The earliest harvest on records is coming up for Germany writes Lucy Shaw in Drinks Business.
Lars Carlberg, from the blog of the same name, explains the season's work in the vineyards of Mosel.
Wine Spectator's specialist on German wines, Aleks Zecevic takes a deeper look at Germany's 2016 vintage (subscription article). "Germany's 2016 vintage produced aromatic, lithe and zippy wines. At their best, the 2016s display a mix of floral and fruity aromas, with supple textures backed by vibrant structures."