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The central pillar of Germany's wine producing industry is undoubtedly the Riesling grape, which flourishes in this relatively cool climate. This grape variety shows itself capable of producing some of the world's liveliest, most structured and racy whites, and has an amazing ability to age excellently.

The Riesling grape is very distinctive, and it is one of the best grapes for the expression of terroir, meaning that the resulting wine can be hugely different depending on where the grapes were grown.

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Ürziger Würzgarten, Riesling Kabinett, Loosen Bros 2012Ürziger Würzgarten, Riesling Kabinett, Loosen Bros 2012Our price: £16.90ViewErnst Loosen needs no introduction, but here we go anyway. A world-recognised winemaker, Loosen took over the family wine business having visited and worked for some of the most highly respected wineries throughout the world. It was his belief that before he could make world-class wines, he had to first understand what it is that makes a wine truly great. During this voyage of discovery, Ernst laid the foundations of his own style of winemaking. The central tenets of this style are authenticity of the soil, climate and vines.JL Wolf, Dry Riesling, 2013JL Wolf, Dry Riesling, 2013Our price: £10.70ViewJ L WOLF – Ernst LoosenLoosen Bros, Riesling Estate, 2013Loosen Bros, Riesling Estate, 2013Our price: £10.95ViewLOOSEN BROS
Pinot Noir "Alte Reben" 2010, Bernhard HuberPinot Noir "Alte Reben" 2010, Bernhard HuberOur price: £30.30ViewLocated among the foothills of the Black Forest mountains in the south-west German district of Baden, the Huber Winery produces wines of the highest order. The areas limestone and clay soils give very similar growing conditions to those found in Burgundy, therefore it is no surprise that great quality wines can be found here. Pinot Noir cultivation in this region is documented as far back as 1285, when Cisterciensan monks brought with them practices they had witnessed in Burgundy. The 27 hectare site, all of which lies between altitudes of 230-310 metres, is tended to by Bernhard Huber, a producer who has been hailed as one of the superstars of German Pinot Noir. He boasts an array of impressive accolades for his portfolio of wines, including the Gault & Milau, German Red Wine of the Year 2011, and as a result, we are very fortunate to have been able to secure an allocation of Bernard’s wines. Pinot Noir Malterdinger 2011, Bernhard HuberPinot Noir Malterdinger 2011, Bernhard HuberOur price: £22.00ViewWith the estate located in Germany’s Baden region, Bernhard Huber is celebrated as one of the country’s finest producers. Long hailed as one of the superstars of German Pinot Noir, he boasts an array of impressive accolades for his portfolio of wines, including the Gault & Milau, German Wine of the Year 2011. Despite strong demand for his wine throughout the world, until now the bottles from the estate have only ever been exported to the US and Japan and this Spätburgunder/Pinot Noir is exclusively available to l’Art du Vin in the UK. Riesling Trocken Kabinett Malterdinger 2011 Bernhard HuberRiesling Trocken Kabinett Malterdinger 2011 Bernhard HuberOur price: £17.70ViewLocated among the foothills of the Black Forest mountains in the south-west German district of Baden, the Huber Winery produces wines of the highest order. The areas limestone and clay soils give very similar growing conditions to those found in Burgundy, therefore it is no surprise that great quality wines can be found here. Pinot Noir cultivation in this region is documented as far back as 1285, when Cisterciensan monks brought with them practices they had witnessed in Burgundy. The 27 hectare site, all of which lies between altitudes of 230-310 metres, is tended to by Bernhard Huber, a producer who has been hailed as one of the superstars of German Pinot Noir. He boasts an array of impressive accolades for his portfolio of wines, including the Gault & Milau, German Red Wine of the Year 2011, and as a result, we are very fortunate to have been able to secure an allocation of Bernard’s wines.
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Drink Aware Adelphi Distillery Cook School by Martin Wishart The Cannonberg Project Isle of Eriska Hotel, Spa and Island Wine & Spirit Education Trust WSET approved programme provider
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