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German Wine in the Media | march 2021

Here is our March 2021 collection of English language blogs, news, podcasts, and any other media covering German wines.

 

In Grapecollective, Elliot Eglash portraits Sarah Loewenstein of the iconic Mosel estate Heymann-Loewenstein. There is plenty of insights into winemaking at the Terassen-Mosel, one of the steepest vineyard areas of the Mosel region.

 

In Forbes, Joseph Micallef interviews german wine expert Romana Echensperger, MW, in a deep dive into German Pinot Noirs.

 

Decanter dedicated a special on the results of the German red wines - particularly Spätburgunders - in the 2020 Decanter World Wine Awards.

 

In Vinous, German wine expert and David Schildknecht reports on the 2018 wine vintage in the wine region of Pfalz.

 

On James Sucklings' site wine critic Stuart Pigott does a little historic tour d'horizon of Rheingau and points out old and new Rheingau wine estates that merit attention. (At BottleStops we wine tour Rheingau regularly).

 

Wine Estate Rebholz,  one Pfalz' pioneering estates of biodynamic  winemaking is portrayed in Club Oenologique by Bart de Vries. 

 

As of March 21, 2021 German wine culture is listed 'intangible world heritage'.

 

In Wineanorak, Jamie Goode pays an extensive visit to Weingut Hermannsberg, in the Nahe Region. A lovely report about a fantastic estate that we frequent a lot ourselves ... in its liquid incarnation but also during our wine tours to Nahe

 

In Gourmet Insider, Emily Capiello recommends German Pinot Noir from August Kessler, in Rheingau (one of our favourite wine regions of Germany). 

 

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