Characterized by steep terrain and rocky soils, the vineyards of Germany are ideal for growing cool-climate grape varietals. You’ll find many small, family-run wineries where grape growing has been a family affair for hundreds of years. German wines are lively, fruity and expressive

Best known among them is Riesling, which can range in style from bone dry to full and sweet. The finest examples display brilliant fruitiness balanced by vivid acidity. Fine German Rieslings are acclaimed the world over, and they are one of the few white wines that age well for decades.

German Food and Wine is part of the No Cookie Cutter Wine project that connects wine lovers with the makers of artisan handcrafted wines from around the world. Follow the links to discover the magic of these wonderfully diverse places, people and foods.

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