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Barrels and Bottles Blog — germany

Franken Wines – why don’t they sell

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We have just had a discussion in the office about products which are such good quality but just do not sell that well. We all decided that Franken Wines seem to be at the top of the list. The quality is beyond reproach, they go perfectly with food and do not suffer the typical German […]

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Top points for Wg von Schleinitz wines.

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The latest copy of Wine Spectator showed some good results for the wines from Wg von Schleinitz of Mosel in Germany : 2006 Kabinett Koberner Weisenberg : 90 points 2006 Spätlese Koberner Weisenberg : 90 points 2006 Spätlese Dry (halbtrocken) Koberner Weisenberg : 90 points … fantastic recognition for these wines by wine maker Konrad […]

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Riesling Revival, Myth or Reality

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There has been an awful lot of press recently about Nigella Lawson and her series on BBC2 TV, recommending Riesling as a superb grape variety to match with food. We have been hearing for the past 10 years about a Riesling revival, the renaissance of Germany’s classic grape variety, whether it is grown in Germany […]

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