The unique climatic and geological framework of Germany is marked out by 13 different wine regions. Still best known for producing some of the finest Rieslings in the world from the steep slate slopes around the banks of the Mosel and Rhine rivers, Germany also produces some very interesting reds, as well as some of the finest sweet wines in the world.
Bottle 37.5cl £26.34
The cream of the crop, this Riesling has been masterfully created with the help of botrytised grapes to produce a ripe and rich harmonious effort. Dripping with unctuous, spice laden fruit of mesmerising complexity and generosity. A wine to saviour and indulge in. You won’t want to share this. Trust me!more
Magnum 150cl £125.36
Mango, glazed pineapple, root beer and caramel inform a headily ripe and exotic nose – tinged with musk, sweat, and smoke – and also an almost syrupy-sweet and viscous palate. Piquant hints of orange rind and a bit of fresh orange juiciness are outgunned in the finish by the onslaught of caramelized tropical fruit concentrate.more
Magnum 150cl £89.36