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Due to the northerly location of its vineyards, Germany produces a range of outstanding white wines that are unlike other European centres. German wines are distinctive by their individual qualities, freshness, vibrancy and perfume. With the exception of fortified wine, Germany produces the full gammit of wine styles – dry, semi-sweet and sweet white wines, rose wines, red wines and sparkling wines.
Riesling, the benchmark of Germany’s white wine varieties, is planted at the exclusion of almost everything else in the Rhineland-Palatinate district, the location of six of the country’s 13 wine regions including Mosel, Nahe and Pfalz. While Germany has forged its reputation on white wines, there has been a demand in recent years for German wines grown from red wine grapes such as Spatburgunder (Pinot Noir) and the new Dornfelder.
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