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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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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