German wines are often made with Reisling grapes and are some of the finest wines in the world. Check out ten great options we've curated for you below!
This white wine is fresh and floral and is medium bodied with some dryness.
2.Dr Heger Ihringer Winklerberg
Originates from the warmest vineyard in Germany and has hints of cranberries, red currant and dried cherries, cranberries.
3.Barth Pinot Blanc
This one is described as lean and packed with fruit. It goes well with shellfish,chicken,cheese dishes and vegetables.
4. Theodorus Riesling Trocken
These German wines are filled with rich flavors of lemon, apricot and apples. It is an off- dry white wine from a family owned estate in Pfalz region of Germany.
5.Schloss Reinhartshausen 2016
Best served with seafood such as crustaceans and mussels this wine is quite fruity. You'll experience scents of apricots, citrus fruit, and quinces.
These German wines are from the region of Franconia and is produced by Hans Wirsching.
7.Weingut Bastgen Kestener
This is a fruity, sweet wine but not overly so because the high acidity balances out the sweetness perfectly.
8. Blees Ferber
This River Bend Reisling is from the region of Mosel, Germany. Wine production is this area dates back to Roman times, making it the country's oldest wine growing region.
9.Devil's Rock Riesling
A white wine with 12% alcoholic content, and pairs perfectly with any vegan and vegetarian dishes.
10. Over the Moon Rosé Sekt
Originating from Rheingau, Germany this semi-dry sparkling wine has citrus notes of apples, strawberries, melons and pears. It works well with foods such as shellfish, vegetables, cheese and chicken.
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