13 April 2021
While we are all impatiently waiting for the world to return to "normal" - whatever that is - it is always possible to dream our way abroad and luckily also taste a little Southern goodness.
Franz Keller - A Revisit
02 February 2020
This summer we spent a few days in the dramatic, sunny Kaiserstuhl and we were fortunate enough to stay an afternoon, a night, and a morning at lovely Franz Keller Weingut.
The Wines of Germany
27 January 2020
Master of Wine and German-born Anne Krebiehl recently published her book, The Wines of Germany, which we of course had to get our hands on. You can read our report here.
Weingut J. Neus
24 January 2020
In 1881 Josef Neus founded a winery in the more than a thousand years old town Ingelheim in Rheingau. Ingelheim was then, as now, known as a red wine producing town.
Dautel - Württemberg Innovator
22 January 2020
Weingut Dautel considers oak in red wines as salt in a soup. Without, the soup is bland and with too much it is over-powered, as Christain Dautel says it. Balance is the key. And we can only nod in agreement.
16 January 2020
Founded in 1750 by Simon Verry, Chanson Père & Fils is one of the oldest of Beaune’s good négociants. With a new Winemaker in place in 2002, they have made considerable improvements.
Weingut Krone - Assmannshausen
14 January 2020
The wine tradition on Höllenberg dates back even further than the old Gasthaus Krone – and thus the site beams of history. Krone has both plenty of history and abundance of patience in the cellar.
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