Break the habit: revisit Germany’s wines

Look past the jaded preconceptions, and you will discover that Germany’s wineries are producing wines of high quality

18th September, 2016
Todays German wine landscape is full of hip, youthful producers Picture: iStock

To the wine enthusiast, German wines represent something akin to a high mountain. We know it’s there, and that we should probably climb it to take in the view, but we are just a bit put off by the effort required.

We avoid venturing into German wine until the mythical day when we will have enough time to get to grips with the complexity of Prädikat versus Kabinett, or wrestle with acronyms like...

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