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Michael sprinkles some of his highest scores ever below.  See  this guide  to our extensive coverage of Germany's 2012s.  The credentials of Grosse Gewächse from the Nahe...

See our guide to German Week at JancisRobinson.com. As shown in Germany 2012 - the guide , my first batch of notes from the VDP Weinbörse in Mainz at the end of April, the first...

For a burgeoning collection of articles and tasting notes on this exciting vintage, see our guide to Germany 2012 . Having focused on the Mosel and Pfalz for my first review of the 2012...

Tags:  Germany 2012, Nahe

On 28 December 1911, a small number of growers from what today constitutes the Nahe wine region got together to set up an organisation through which they would jointly and on a regular basis...

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Michael Schmidt gives us an overview of this stunning vintage in Germany's 2011s - truly exceptional .  See also his notes on VDP 2011s from Pfalz & Franken and the Mosel . We will...

In a nutshell : Superb Riesling at all sweetness levels. Main grapes : Riesling, Müller-Thurgau (white); Dornfelder (red). The river Nahe flows into the giant Rhine at the western...

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The 2012 London Olympic and Paralympics may still be more than six years away but judging from a morning spent on the top floor of Tower Hamlets College in east London their arrival may be...

It was just before noon on a Saturday in the lobby of The Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Bangkok when the shadow of Bob Halliday first fell across me. It is a substantial shadow. Halliday in...

With the markets a-quiver with rumours that Southcorp is to be gobbled up by the British-based multinational Allied Domecq (so soon after BRL Hardy fell to the American Constellation), I bring you...

A significant change on British menus over the past decade has been the closer, more conspicuous, collaboration between chefs, restaurateurs and their suppliers, whether growers, farmers or...

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The name of Gut Hermannsberg may actually not ring a bell (yet) with too many lovers of German wine, so it might come in useful to know that this Nahe estate was once known as the Staatliche...

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This is a longer version of an article also published in the Financial Times. See my tasting notes on Schönleber's favourite wines . At German wine tastings, the tall,...

Tags:  Nahe, Germany

Those with really good memories may remember a fascinating blind tasting undertaken in 2009 chez Klaus Peter Keller, about whom I wrote here yesterday, in which we compared recent vintages of...

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Smokers to the right, smokers to the left. All around are red-and-white checked napkins and tablecloths; on the walls inter alia are pictures of Oscar Wilde and a photo of the singer George...

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No one could believe more forcefully in the power of terroir to imprint itself on the wine made from it than this co-author of the fifth edition of The World Atlas of Wine , but even I have to...

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