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German Varietals Case
Excellent, full-bodied pinot gris from the Rhine. Dry and savoury with great length, this is splendidly rich and generous, not to mention versatile with food.
A clean, dry, fruity aperitif white from Baden. Gutedel is German for the chasselas grape, and the wine is refreshingly light and crisp.
An enticing and refreshing German red. Lemberger is the local name for blaufränkisch which, like its Austrian cousin, produces a refreshing, sappy red, bright cherry but with the added degree of ripeness from the exceptional 2015 vintage.
Much sought-after, and often accordingly pricey, Germany’s pinots have been a source of much excitement in recent years. This fragrant wine from southern Baden is stylish and full-flavoured, and good value for a barrel-aged wine from this area.
The scheurebe grape was named after Georg Scheu, who crossed riesling with a wild vine a hundred years ago. It produces very aromatic white wines, with aromas of blackcurrant and grapefruit. Exotic, succulent and delicious chilled on its own or with fruit salad.