Germany was once the northern boundary for wine production in Europe and has been known for its cooler climate. However, with 13 different regions along the Rhine River, the range in landscape produces diverse wines of many styles. The breathtaking vineyards are some of the world’s steepest with the vineyards of Bremm in Mosel taking the record with their vineyard slopes at a 65-degree incline. Germany has led the way for Europe in terms of sustainable and organic methods within the vineyard and winery. It is home to some of the world’s top-end Rieslings, which first became popular in Germany as far back as the eighteenth century, the styles range from a racy acidity to full-body sweet wines, which is indicated on the label using Germany’s “Prädikat Scale”.
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