German Wine in the Media | Oct 2019

German Celts were drinking wine 2700 years ago explains Rupert Millar in Drinks Business.


According to an article by Isabelle Lepage in International Business Times, wines from Lower Saxony in former eastern Germany are at par to their established siblings in the west.


In Vinepair, Erin Mosbaugh checks with sommeliers why they recommend German wine. And even more importantly: which ones!


Anne Krebiehl, MW, charts in Decanter why one should put Germany's Sparklings - Sekt- back on the tasting line-up. German native Anne lives in London and has Sekt amongst her favorite topics.


Whether you'd agree that Markgräfler Land in Southern Germany would qualify as outback or not... In Forbes, Catherine Todd makes a strong point for the lesser known varietal Gutedel


What's "federweisser": in Vinepair, Evan Rail explains the ins and outs of a 'wicked juice' that is in so in season during harvest.


Riesling with your Turkey? In Food & Wine Ray Isle proposes 15 German Rieslings to go with your Thanksgiving dinner.

and finally a video from Charine and Matthew, the guys behind Exotic Wine Travel:

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