While today many great wines are found around the globe, it is the unique terroir and traditional production methods, which allow Germany to produce exceptional quality wines that are still some of the finest in the world. Probably the most unique characteristic of German wine is its use of a hierarchy measuring quality based on the grape’s natural sugar level at harvest (which is entirely different from the sugar level of the finished wine). The same grape varietal can produce anything from bone dry to sweet dessert wines


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Kreuznacher Kronenberg Riesling Auslese 2011