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Magazine Archives: April 30, 2008

Extreme Riesling

German winegrowers were surprised by an early, short 2006 vintage
Bruce Sanderson
Issue: April 30, 2008

Few wine regions have benefited more from global warming than have Germany's northern grapegrowing areas. Since 1988 a series of fine vintages has turned out plenty of great Riesling. In 2006, however, German winegrowers were put to the test; the year's harvest produced more mixed results and less consistency than any of the previous five vintages.

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