Germany

German wine is primarily produced in the southwest of Germany, along river Rhine and its tributaries, with the oldest plantations going back to the Roman era. Approximately 60 percent of the German wine production is situated in the federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate, where 6 of the 13 regions (Anbaugebiete) for quality wine are situated. Germany has about 102,000 hectares (252,000 acres or 1,020 square kilometers) of vineyard, which is around one tenth of the vineyard surface in Spain, France or Italy. The total wine production is usually around 9 million hectoliters annually, corresponding to 1.2 billion bottles, which places Germany as the eighth largest wine-producing country in the world.

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Toni Jost, Reisling, Hahn, Kabinett trocken, 2016

Toni Jost, Reisling, Hahn, Kabinett trocken, 2016

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Toni Jost, Spatburgunder, trocken, 2014

Toni Jost, Spatburgunder, trocken, 2014

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Toni Jost, Reisling, Alta Reben, Trocken, 2016

Toni Jost, Reisling, Alta Reben, Trocken, 2016

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Dr. Randolf Kauer, Spatbutrgunder Rose, trocken, 2016

Dr. Randolf Kauer, Spatbutrgunder Rose, trocken, 2016

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Dr. Randolf Kauer, Riesling, Olsberg, Spatlese trocken, 2016

Dr. Randolf Kauer, Riesling, Olsberg, Spatlese trocken, 2016

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Becker-Landgraf, Saint Laurant, Gau-Odernheimer, 2014

Becker-Landgraf, Saint Laurant, Gau-Odernheimer, 2014

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Becker-Landgraf, Spatburgunder, Gau-Odernheimer, trocken, 2015

Becker-Landgraf, Spatburgunder, Gau-Odernheimer, trocken, 2015

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