4 edition of The wines of Germany found in the catalog.
The wines of Germany
|Statement||[by] Cyril Ray.|
|LC Classifications||TP559.G3 R39|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||224 p. :|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||78304344|
The majority of Germany’s best wines are made from Riesling, the great grape of best vineyard sites in the Mosel, Rheingau, Nahe and Pfalz wine regions are planted almost exclusively with Riesling.. In challenging growing seasons, Riesling stands little chance of ripening. This reference book explores the wine regions of Germany with details of the key wine producers and their wines. It also covers topics such as the controversial German wine laws, issues including vineyard classification and the numerous grape varieties planted in the country.
Records of German wine shipments date back to the early 13th century—and yet, despite the fact that Germany’s wines are rich in history and renown, a large proportion of the wine-drinking public still looks down upon them. Multi-award-winning author Stephen Brook addresses the strange and complex question of why this has been so, focusing in on some controversial German wine laws and. German wine labels are very informative once all the information given can be identified and interpreted. While many other wines will list only the producer, vintage, region, and country; German labels will state the quality level of the wine, the grape, the vineyard, and a style or taste indication.
About the Author. Dieter Braatz is Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the German magazine Der Feinschmecker and author of a guide to Germany’s best wine Sautter is the author of Wein A-Z. Ingo Swoboda writes for Der Feinschmecker and is the coauthor of D. Goldberg (translator) is an Instructor of History at Kennesaw State University and the author of a forthcoming book. A short history of German wine --From vine to bottle --Naming the wines --The vineyards of Germany and their grapes --The great vintages --Sekt, or German sparkling wine --German brandy --Casks, glasses and bottles. Responsibility: [by] André L. Simon and S.F. Hallgarten. With color photos. by Percy Hennell and maps by Sheila Waters.
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9 January We are republishing this appreciation free today. 24 December A much-needed guide to a country whose wines have changed out of all recognition.
See this guide to our book reviews. The Wines of Germany Anne Krebiehl MW Published by Infinite Ideas ISBN £ It’s a pretty formidable challenge to throw at someone: write a book on Germany’s wines.
Books like this are helping me achieve that goal, however. The Wines of Germany is essentially organized in The wines of Germany book parts. The first five chapters give an overview of the unique issues of the German wine landscape, covering the wine law of Germany; vineyard classification; German wine styles; going to market; and the German grape by: 1.
But following a bruising twentieth century, German wine over the past thirty years has experienced a renaissance. 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/5(9).
This book is a good choise to learn about germany wines with history,terroir,classification,regions and producers,but the author could write more about The wines of Germany book wines of each producer. Read more. 3 people found this helpful.
Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Han Ai. out of 5 stars Five Stars/5(15). But following a bruising twentieth century, German wine over the past thirty years has experienced a renaissance.
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. German wine is primarily produced in the west of Germany, along the river Rhine and its tributaries, with the oldest plantations going back to the Roman era.
Approximately 60 percent of German wine production is from the federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate, where 6 of the 13 regions (Anbaugebiete) for quality wine are y has abouthectares (, acres or 1, square.
Wines of Germany UK provides retailer partnership fund. The London based 'Wines of Germany' agency has launched a campaign in order to support small and medium-size retailers in the UK in their promotion of German wines.
read more. News. First grapes harvested in Germany – record breaking ° Oe. Book Review – The Finest Wines of Germany, By Stephan Reinhardt By Raymond Febru No Comments This is the my most enjoyed volume to date in the ‘Fine Wine Editions’ released under the auspices of the team at ‘The World of Fine Wine’ magazine.
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Europe. Wine is made in thirteen regions across four degrees of latitude. Anne Krebiehl MW, an acknowledged expert on German wine, showcases the new Germany (with far more clean-cut labelling) and gets rid of a few misconceptions and prejudices in the wines of Germany explains Germany's intrinsicAuthor: Anne Krebiehl.
Germany produces a host of great wines, made from grapes both famous and little known. Often, they are produced in small lots and are great values.
By. Book Review – Wines Atlas of Germany, By Dieter Braatz, Ulrich Sautter and Ingo Swoboda. By Raymond May 5, No Comments. I’ve had a love affair with German wines from the very start of my wine journey.
The s, s and s were what I cut my teeth on, and I am so very pleased to see German wines enjoying world-wide attention. Buy The Finest Wines of Germany: A Regional Guide to the Best Producers and Their Wines by Reinhardt, Stephen, Wyand, Jon (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: The book does an excellent job of explaining the fundamentals of the German wine law and labeling system, which can be off-putting to the novice. It covers all the major and minor wine regions of what was West Germany at the time, and all the varietals.
Then as /5(4). 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. Reviews “This is arguably the best of the titles so far in the ‘Finest Wines’ series and the best book about German wines in English for a generation.” --John Winthrop Haeger, author of North American Pinot Noir “The author’s voice is consistently engaged and enthusiastic, and his book should appeal to a general readership of wine lovers as well as to anyone with a professional.
German wine classifications. The finest German wines have yet another element in their name — a Prädikat, which is an indication of the ripeness of the grapes at harvest (as in Piesporter Goldtröpfchen Riesling Spätlese).Wines with a Prädikat hold the highest rank in the German wine system.
Germany’s system of assigning the highest rank to the ripest grapes is completely different. Wines of Germany is the UK marketing arm of the Deutsches Weininstitut, creating greater awareness for German wine in the UK with the trade, press and consumers. Retailer Partnership Fund Wines of Germany has launched a new campaign offering financial support to smaller and medium-size retailers in the UK for the promotion of German wines.
German Wines. V O N S C H L E I N I T Z E S T A T E Top Riesling and Pinot Noir from the steepest part of the Mosel region Wine Production of Germany in comparison Production in million cases in Germany California Italy France. V O N S C H L E I N. German wine is typically associated with Riesling, the nation’s most heralded and widely plantedbeyond Riesling’s bright glare, Germany boasts a diversity of intriguing white wines.
The wines of Germany by Frank Schoonmaker,Hastings House edition, in EnglishCited by: 2.ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index.
Description: xvi, pages: illustrations, maps ; 22 cm.The key to understanding what makes German wines so diverse and delicious is in the various microclimates, extensive soil types, and regional history.
Concentrated in the southwest part of the country, Germany’s vineyard area is divided into 13 official wine regions.