Newcomer Wines

German Gems

Forget everything you think you know about German wines, and get familiar with the incredible range of wines being produced across both its historic and up-and-coming winemaking regions.

From bone-dry Rieslings to Burgundian-esque reds, this pack offers an introduction to three different German winemaking regions that showcase the range and talent the country has to offer – including limited stock that's only available to buy as part of this pack, so move fast!

Thorsten Melsheimer, Riesling Trocken 2022 – A steely and refreshing dry Riesling, hailing from the home of Riesling, Mosel. Vines are planted on incredibly steep plots, but still farmed biodynamically. Mineral and zesty, with a pleasant baked-bread quality to round it off.

Enderle & Moll, Weiss & Grau 2021 – A skin-contact blend of Weissburgunder and Grauburgunder from the Baden region, made by producers who were making orange wine long before it was the thing to do. Grapes are planted on sandstone and limestone soils and farmed organically.

Roterfaden, Pinot Noir 2020 – For fans of Burgundian Pinot Noir who want to try something new. An elegant and classic cuvée coming out of Württemberg – vines are planted on blue limestone soils and farmed biodynamically.