The wines of Germany

In The wines of Germany, master of wine Anne Krebiehl takes us with her on a journey through vineyards clustered along the country’s many winding rivers to uncover this new world of German wine.

The wines of Germany

Author: Anne Krebiehl

Publisher: Infinite Ideas

ISBN: 1910902209

Page: 288

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Explains Germany's regionality and its climate and geography. Krebiehl explains why rivers and slopes are so important to German viticulture and puts it in an economic context. She analyses Germany's unusually fragmented producer base and its challenging climate and vintage variation before examining in detail the wines of today's German regions.

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