Germany's 2004 dry Rieslings
26 Nov 2005 by JR
Last month I had the pleasure of taking part in a blind tasting of some of Germany’s finest 2004 dry Rieslings organised by the magazine The World of Fine Wine. We have recently discussed this wine style in your turn and I can confirm that there were many extremely good wines here, even if none (as usual, after all) that I would class in the world’s finest ever made. The dramatic improvement in the quality of dry German Rieslings, and indeed Italy’s and Austria’s white wines, continues to remind me that it’s high time all of the world’s wine lovers were weaned off the notion that all fine dry white wine comes from the Côte...

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