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Wines that made the grade this week, from Italy, Germany and Austria
Spurred on by a Riesling renaissance in the US, a group of committed growers are resurrecting some of Germany’s finest, steepest and most labour-intensive vineyards. Anne Krebiehl dons her crampons to see some of the once-abandoned plots that have been brought back to life
Annual wine report paints a gloomy picture
Wines of Germany announce winning restaurant of UK Riesling Week
Will it be a sweet success story pairing a selection of St Urbans-Hof’s off-dry Mosel Rieslings with modern European food? Andrew Catchpole finds out
Riesling is making itself at home in more and more countries, but where is it performing best? Clinton Cawood joins an eager sommelier panel for a top-notch tasting that pits Old World against New World and some acknowledged masters against hungry, young upstarts
With screwcaps to the fore, the quality of the whites (particularly) and the reds here was amazing for the price. Rosé was another matter entirely
The Sommelier Wine Awards doesn’t give out trophies per category because we’re worried that tasters will feel under pressure to dispense extra awards in categories where they may not believe the wines are up to it. Instead, in keeping with the whole ethos of the competition, we leave the judgement up to the sommeliers…
A smorgasbord of styles and an awful lot to get excited about right the way through the medal categories
Over 1,500 wines can be boiled down to this: the hallowed Sommelier Wine Awards Gold List for 2011...
He’s worked his way up from rough beginnings to mastermind some of Berlin’s most fashionable bars. Mixology magazine’s Helmut Adam meets the anti-hero of Berlin’s bar scene, Mario Grünenfelder
The German Wine Institute's Sommelier Spring Class 2011 assembles 50 international sommeliers in the country’s wine regions in April.
There’s far more to Germany than Riesling, you know. Richard Woodard gets to grips with the Burgunder trio of Grau, Weiss and Spät, and wonders whether the locals might have got the emphasis slightly wrong…