Brilliant article in WineEnthusiast by Anna Lee C. Iijima about the broad diversity of German whites! Typically associated with Riesling, the nation’s most heralded and widely planted grape. Yet, beyond Riesling’s bright glare, Germany boasts a diversity of intriguing white wines.
Published in July 2018 and more true today, a strong reckoning for stellar expressions of Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir from Germany in this third in a three-part series in WSJ by Lettie Teague.
Delighted to host this virtual Wine Tasting for my friends at the GACC NY. If you fancy a less serious Zoom call for a change and taste some delicious VDP wines from Ahr, Pfalz and Württemberg, please join us and register here.
We have launched with Tricana in January 2020 and are now available in The Capital Grille and other selected Restaurants in Manhattan. It was a tough journey to get hit by Covid after our short debut but we are excited now about 2021.
This is a cool article by Jim Clarke of Fortune, highlighting the great demand for Pinot Noir and how American’s are overlooking Germany, the world’s third largest Pinot-producing country!
In her latest Financial Times article, renowned wine journalist Jancis Robinson suggests that Germany’s 2019 vintage is a breakthrough in the public’s perception. If ever there was a time to shake off any prejudices one may have towards Riesling, ‘the greatest white-wine grape in the world’, then Jancis suggests it is now.