German wine has its roots firmly planted (both physically and historically) on the banks of the Mosel river. It was here that the Romans planted Germany's first grapevines, where its first wine producers began life as Monasteries, and where German wine continues to thrive into the 21st Century.
Riesling is perhaps Germany's most famous grape variety, but there are a host of other great wines being made beyond this too. Plus, don't be fooled into thinking all German wines are sweet. From bone dry to luscious, there's a style here to suit every palate and ocacasion.