Shift in Style

German vintners are increasingly focused on dry wines and top vineyards

Shift in Style
Steffen and Sophie Christmann. (Arne Landwehr)
From the Oct 15, 2019, issue

Changing tastes are fueling evolution in Germany's wine industry, with a renewed emphasis on dry-style Riesling.

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