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Eitelsbacher Karthäuserhofberg Kronenberg Riesling Feinste Auslese
70cl

Eitelsbacher Karthäuserhofberg Kronenberg Riesling Feinste Auslese 1964

Karthäuserhof
CHF 318.90
Rieslaner Gimmeldinger Schlossel Trockenbeerenauslese
37.5cl

Rieslaner Gimmeldinger Schlossel Trockenbeerenauslese 2009

Muller Catoir
CHF 86.50
Rieslaner Trockenbeerenauslese Monsheimer Silberberg
37.5cl

Rieslaner Trockenbeerenauslese Monsheimer Silberberg 1998

Keller
CHF 324.30
Riesling "G-Max"
75cl

Riesling "G-Max" 2017

Weingut Keller
CHF 2’053.90
Riesling "G-Max"
75cl

Riesling "G-Max" 2018

Weingut Keller
CHF 2’053.90
Riesling Auslese Kiedrich Gräfenberg
37.5cl

Riesling Auslese Kiedrich Gräfenberg 2004

Weil Robert
CHF 37.85
Riesling Auslese Scharzhofberger
75cl

Riesling Auslese Scharzhofberger 1995

Egon Müller Scharzhof
CHF 183.75
Riesling Auslese Wiltinger Braune Kupp
37.5cl

Riesling Auslese Wiltinger Braune Kupp 2015

Egon Müller Scharzhof
CHF 88.65
Riesling Auslese Wiltinger Braune Kupp
75cl

Riesling Auslese Wiltinger Braune Kupp 2015

Egon Müller Scharzhof
CHF 167.55
Riesling BA Braunberger Juffer Sonnenuhr
37.5cl

Riesling BA Braunberger Juffer Sonnenuhr 1997

Haag Fritz
CHF 129.70
Riesling BA Braunberger Juffer Sonnenuhr
37.5cl

Riesling BA Braunberger Juffer Sonnenuhr 1999

Haag Fritz
CHF 129.70
Riesling Breumel in den Mauern Trockenbeerenauslese
37.5cl

Riesling Breumel in den Mauern Trockenbeerenauslese 2007

Muller Catoir
CHF 86.50

Germany is one of Europe’s most important wine producing countries. It features as the 10th highest wine producing country in the world and 4th in Europe, following France, Italy and Spain. Though Germany’s wine production is notable, it is also the EU country that imports the most wine as well, particularly red wine. It is most known for its off-dry aromatic whites, however, in recent years it has been producing more and more exceptional dry whites from Riesling and red wines from Pinot Noir. While this is the arguably Riesling’s most natural home (which easily produces some of its greatest wines), other varieties are also planted including Silvaner, Kerner, Muller-Thurgau, Bacchus, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris in white, and Pinot Noir, Dornfelder, Portugieser and Pinot Meunier in red. Though much of its production is focused on less expensive whites Liebfraumilch under the guise of Blue Nun, Black Tower, amongst others, it also produces some of the finest wines in the world. Many of its whites follow a hierarchy system. This is first illustrated “table wine” or “quality wine”. If a wine is determined to be a “quality wine”, it is then further divided into QbA (Qualitätswein bestimmter Anbaugebiete) or QmP (Qualitätswein mit Prädikat or quality wine with distinction). QbA only has one category whereas QmP has several - Kabinett, Spätlese, Auslese, Beerenauslese (BA), and Trockenbeerenauslese (TBA) and Eiswein. They each outline a sweetness level which ranges from drier but often still off-dry to sweetish (TBA and Eiswein). The Mosel is arguably its most famous region but there are numerous excellent regions such as the Nahe, Pfalz and Rheingau, which have their own characteristics and qualities, however they all lie in Germany’s southern end.

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