BY DAVID SCHILDKNECHT | NOVEMBER 12, 2020 For much of the past seven decades, Rheinhessen has had to live down a reputation for inexpensive bulk
Article by ANNA LEE C. IIJIMA In Germany, where wine preferences have long been swinging dry and drier still, the market is dominated by trocken,
The GWC President, Jenna Fields, joins Texas Sommelier, Chris Poldoian, for a By the Glass Podcast episode in partnership with Wines of Germany. Catch it
It’s easy to default to tried-and-true Champagne when shopping for bubbly, but what if you’re looking for something new? Something different? Something a little unexpected?
Eric Asimov of The New York Times has written a superb article on German Wines, highlighting one of our special estates, Schäfer-Fröhlich. “Plunging into German