A ‘Burgundian’ Pinot Noir made in Germany, by Jean Stodden

The Ahr region in Germany is given its name by a small river running through this beautiful narrow valley, north of the better known Mosel.  Around 83% of production is red, with Spätburgunder (German name for Pinot Noir)  the region’s dominant grape (65%), making this the world’s most northerly wine region dedicated to red wine Read more...