German 2005s - mainly dry and southern
9 Sep 2006 by JR
See also my report on what the wines tasted here suggest about Germany's 2005 harvest. Below are 200 more tasting notes on 2005 German wines to complement the 200+ I have already published here , mainly fruity wines from the Mosel and Nahe. The notes below were mainly taken in Wiesbaden at the end of August at the VDP presentation of Grosses Gewächs wines, virtually all of them dry with relatively few from the Mosel. Also below are some notes on the full Robert Weil, Rheingau range and the estimable dry, screwcapped wines of Martin Tesch of the Nahe. They are listed in alphabetical order of the producer, ignoring words such...

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