Educating Sommeliers Worldwide.
By Beverage Trade Network
Alsace, located in the northeastern part of France, has long been defined by its geographical proximity to Germany. Alsace is a relatively long, thin wine region that winds along the French-German border. As a result, some grape varietals that are grown here - including Riesling and Gewürztraminer - are not grown anywhere else in France.
The German wine region of Saale-Unstrut, located almost entirely within the federal state of Saxony-Anhalt, is defined primarily by two rivers – the Saale and the Unstrut. Listen to this episode to know more about the Saale Unstrut wine region of Germany.
The Nahe wine region is one of Germany’s 13 wine regions, known primarily for its Riesling grape varietals. In fact, Riesling now accounts for 27.2% of all wine produced in the Nahe region. Listen to this episode to know more about the Nahe wine region of Germany.
Burgenland is one of Austria’s four main wine regions, located about an hour from Vienna in the easternmost part of the country. Listen to this episode to know more about the Burgenland Wine Region of Austria.
Saxony, the third-smallest German wine region, is primarily located along the banks of the Elbe River. Listen to this episode to know more about the Saxony wine region of Germany.