Germany, Mosel: Christoffel-Berres Retrospective – 25 to 30 Years Is a Perfect Age for a Mosel Riesling

I have often postulated that fine Riesling should be aged for at least seven to 10 years. However, hardly anyone likes to wait that long....

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Germany: Pinot Noirs: The Generous 2018 Spätburgunders

Great Pinot Noirs are being produced in Germany, and this report contains many Grosses Gewächs Pinots from VDP members but also up-and-coming producers....

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Germany: An Allerlei of (Almost) Everything but Pinot Noir

This report includes a 100-pointer from the 2019 vintage, but there are also lots of other exciting wines, mainly Rieslings, from old and new names....

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Germany: All Along the Rhine, Main and Neckar Rivers – The 2017s and 2018s (Part 2)

As COVID-19 ended my travels prematurely, this report includes releases from Rheinhessen, Pfalz, Franken and Württemberg that I tasted from November to mid-March....

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Germany, Mosel: Markus Molitor’s Outstanding 2016 Rieslings, 2014 Pinot Noirs & Much More

Entering the huge tasting room of Haus Klosterberg in Bernkastel-Wehlen, with the enormously long (and chic) tasting table, is always a challenge. Markus Molitor lines up more than 70 wines...

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Best of 2017: Stephan Reinhardt

See what our reviewer of Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Alsace, Champagne and Loire Valley has to say....

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This NYC Restaurant Has an Epic German Wine List

The extensive wine list is not to be missed, with 45 bottles coming from Germany—27 of them Rieslings....

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