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  • Jancis Robinson
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  • Jancis Robinson
28 Apr 2003

One of the many brakes on the long-overdue rehabilitation of German wine's reputation has been the strength of feeling about residual sugar levels. German wine drinkers tend to see sweetness as the work of the devil; traditional importers of German wine into its two major markets the US and the UK have been extremely wary, to say the least, of…

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