UK Press Quotes
  • 13 January 2019
    Will Lyons, The Sunday Times

    Burgundy beware — Germany is the rising star for Pinot Noir.

  • 1 December 2018
    Christian Davis, Drinks International

    The 2018 grape harvest in Germany will go down in history as a truly outstanding vintage.

  • 1 March 2019
    Lisa Riley, Harpers Wine & Spirit

    The great sweet Rieslings are also little-known treasures and there is nothing like a really good, single vineyard Kabinett for a night in.

  • 1 March 2019
    Chris Losh, Imbibe

    There is a growing number of exceptionally good sparklers coming out of the country now…and they smash existing moulds to pieces.

  • 17 November 2018
    Hamish Anderson, The Daily Telegraph

    The search for good Pinot outside Burgundy, then, is all the more relevant, and the country I recommend is Germany. Wilfully obscure, perhaps, until you consider that it's the third-largest producer of the variety worldwide. Plantings have increased considerably and so has exposure, with German Pinot now on the best wine lists.

  • 16 October 2018
    Nic Rizzi,

    There is such a great diversity in German wines. In Riesling alone you have one of the most versatile grapes known to man. [...] For people who haven’t delved into the new generations of winemakers I strongly urge that you do. Whatever your style is, I can guarantee there is a German wine for you.

  • 1 October 2018
    Rebecca Dunphy, Sainsbury's Magazine

    Pfalz…it's a hotbed of experimentation, and has a reputation for producing impressively full-flavoured wines.

  • 12 September 2018
    Harry Eyres, Country Life

    The new, drier-style wines from the Rheingau, Rheinhessen, Rheinpfalz, Nahe and Mosel are so food-friendly. These crisp-fruity, clean and minerally wines are especially suited to Oriental cuisine.

  • 9 September 2018
    Will Lyons, The Sunday Times

    Kabinett rieslings from Mosel, a style with a delicate touch of sweetness and low in alcohol, are a world-class wine and loved by connoisseurs.

  • 1 September 2018
    Jean Smullen, Chef Magazine

    German wines are seeing a small revival at the moment, the UK on trade is re-discovering German Riesling and German Pinot Noir is also gaining traction. It is now unusual for a top restaurant not to have a German wine on its list.

  • 4 August 2018
    Maurice Fitzmaurice, Daily Mirror Northern Ireland

    Crisp and refreshing are oft-used terms when talking about white wine, but quality German Riesling is like a parallel universe for your palate.

  • 1 August 2018
    Jane Clare, Various Regionals

    I love Pinot Noir and I love Pinot Gris […] So imagine my giddiness when I visited what can only be described as Pinot paradise - the Pfalz and Baden regions in the south of Germany. Each is fascinating in its own right and both are home to the most amazing wines from the Pinot family.

  • 1 July 2018
    Jan Konetzki, London Business Matters

    A few bottles of German Riesling must be part of a good collection.

  • 23 June 2018
    Victoria Moore, The Daily Telegraph

    Of course what really matters is the quality - is [German Pinot Noir] any good? The answer is a resounding yes: you can find Spätburgunder that has an astonishing fluidity, and that, like the best burgundies, almost seems to float.

  • 1 June 2018
    Malcolm Gluck, Condé Nast Traveller

    Of course, the Riesling grape is grown elsewhere […] but only Germany produces young yet dazzlingly multi-layered Rieslings of sufficient heft to match thistle with a sauce containing not just anchovies but capers and vinegar.

  • 1 May 2018
    Graham Sherwood, Choice Magazine

    These new German wines, many of which are made from the Riesling grape, are a far cry from the medium sweet melanges of the past; instead, they are perfect expressions of what cool-climate white wines can be -vivacious, crisp with cleanly acidic fruit.

  • 21 April 2018
    Jancis Robinson, The Financial Times

    I have been following the evolution of German Pinot Noir keenly and was thrilled by the quality on show at the recent ABS/Ripley tasting. […] Buy German Pinot Noir now before it follows burgundy into the unaffordable stratosphere.