by McGraw-Hill .
Written in English
|Statement||with colour photographs by Percy Hennell and maps by Sheila Waters.|
|Contributions||Hallgarten, Siegfried Fritz.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||200|
From the famed steep slopes of the Mosel, where Riesling reaches its pinnacle of expression, through the largest region, Rheinhessen, home of the infamous Liebfraumilch, to less well-known regions such as Saale-Unstrut and Sachsen, Krebiehl paints a vivid picture of each region’s unique offering, inspiring readers to begin their own explorations.5/5(1). Notes 1 André L. Simon and S. F. Hallgarten, The Great Wines of Germany and its Famed Vineyards (New York/London, ), p. 2 Ibid., p. 3 Ibid., p. In an amendment to the Law it was determined that no quality wine may originate from two districts, even if the vineyards are adjacent, the only exception being Liebfraumilch! A Warm Winter Left Germany Unable to Produce Its Famed Ice Wines Known for their sweet flavor, ice wines are made from grapes left to freeze on the vine A Author: Brigit Katz. Vineyards and wineries in Germany Discover interesting vineyards and wineries in Germany various wine regions. Explore this great wine country and its variety of wine regions and vineyards. Prepare a visit to a winery or a wine tour. Check their wines and tasting notes. Find out where to find their wines. Our Germany Wine Map.
The book’s overall tone is optimistic; Krebiehl is excited about the future for German wine and hopes the book will inspire readers to begin their own vinous explorations. After all, at the end of the nineteenth century Germany’s wines, particularly its Rieslings, were among the most expensive and sought after in the world. About Anne Krebiehl. “The best wines always come from the most difficult vineyards,” said Hausen, who works at a nearby winery called Nik Weis St. Urbans-Hof, which owns about three hectares of this vineyard. 6 Top Wineries Near Washington, D.C. "Just a short drive into Virginia wine country will yield an experience similar to the famed vineyards of the winery says it likes to age its wines "a Author: Jennifer Lubell. Come and taste for yourself what “Great Wines of the Andes” is all about. Discover the best wines of Chile and Argentina! Tickets include a complete guidebook to this year’s top wines from the Andes. Sponsoring wine merchants for the events include Zachys (New York City), B21 (Miami) and Artisan Wine Depot (San Francisco).
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