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Friedrich-Wilhelm-Gymnasium 2012 Graacher Himmelreich Spätlese Trocken

by Lars Carlberg

On Monday, my friend Yong and I visited Willems-Willems and von Hövel in Oberemmel in the nearby Saar region. When Read more…

Grünhäuser Eiche

by Lars Carlberg

To my surprise, when I walked one day into the cellar during the harvest at Hofgut Falkenstein, Erich Weber had Read more…

The Lost Art of Racking in the Old Manner

by Lars Carlberg

On Thursday, I spent the morning watching the father-and-son team of Erich and Johannes Weber of Hofgut Falkenstein rack two Read more…

Koehler-Ruprecht Leaves the VDP

by Lars Carlberg

Yesterday morning, a press release by Koehler-Ruprecht and Felix Eschenauer of Medienagenten announced that the estate is going to leave Read more…

Sponti Stink

by Lars Carlberg

As a follow-up to my article titled “What’s the Stink?,” I commented that some Mosel winemakers have a rigid approach Read more…

A Bizarre GG Love Triangle

by Justin Christoph

I love German wine. I love GG. I love Mosel wine. Yet, perhaps, not always at the same time. 1. Read more…

A.J. Adam’s im Pfarrgarten

by Lars Carlberg

Al Drinkle of Calgary, Canada, says: I manage a wine shop in Calgary, Alberta, called Metrovino, and started importing Andreas’ Read more…

1971 (Continued)

by Eric Steinberg

As I mentioned at the beginning of this article, I tasted my first German wine in 1971; I was inspired Read more…

1971

by Eric Steinberg

Nineteen-seventy-one was an extremely significant year for German wine for two reasons. First, a new law governing the production and Read more…

A Vertical of Peter Lauer ‘Senior’

by Lars Carlberg

On Friday night at Weingut Peter Lauer, David Schildknecht, Joachim Krieger, and I had an opportunity to taste with Florian Read more…

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