Germany is one of the northernmost wine producing countries. To overcome the climate challenge they have developed an impressive wine culture - focused first on the steep slopes by the major rivers, and on varieties that can grow well in that climate - Riesling, Pinot, Sylvaner, and some new gems like Dornfelder.
We don't cover all of Germany, only a few selected winemakers in the Southern regions near the Alps, and on steep hill that qualify as extreme, if not Alpine
German Wine Regions
At the moment we import only from certain parts of Germany - the near Alpine Mosel and the border regions of Baden and Wurttenberg.
Serious Riesling - ignore at your peril.
With low yields encouraged and oak used, wines with complexity and good body are being released.
“A beautiful floral nose, packed with rose petals, and also spice and cloves. Medium bodied, dry, very flavoursome.”
Almost as versatile as Riesling, Pinot Gris gives an opportunity to widen your wine knowledge.
Sauvignon Blanc is a well-known international grape variety that began its life in France.