Germany is changing. For many years, not only noble sweet wines from the Moselle-Saar-Ruwer region have been on demand, but also dry wines from all over Germany. A few years ago, it was still Kabinetts or Spätlesen, which were often drunk in top restaurants, but now it is the Große Gewächse that is able to win over more and more lovers.
No matter from which wine-growing region in Germany (Rheinhessen, Rheingau, Nahe, Pfalz, Franconia, Mosel-Saar-Ruwer, etc.), the Rieslings are always independent, and clearly recognizable as typical regional products. Years ago, it was the Lower Austrian Rieslings that set the pace in terms of dry production, but now they have a strong competitor from the north.
Our small but fine assortment of German Rieslings, offers something for every wine lover. Noble sweet wines from Joh. Jos. Prüm, but also Großer Gewächsen by Schäfer-Fröhlich and Klaus Peter Keller.
Here are a few facts about German wine:
Total area: 100,516 hectares
Riesling share: 23.3 %
Hessian Mountain Road