Germany has 13 wine regions — 11 regions in the west and 2 regions in the east. White wines dominate and are fruity in style, low in alcohol, rarely oaked and often off-dry or sweet. Their labels carry grape names, which is an anomaly in Europe. As the northern-most major wine-producing country in Europe, Germany has a cool climate that is often erratic from year to year, meaning that vintages do matter for fine German wines. Germany’s finest vineyards are situated along rivers such as the Rhine and the Mosel.
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