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German Wine Labels

Knowing how to read a German wine label, reveals a lot of information about the wines. German wine labels are probably the most informative wine labels in the world. If you know how to read the label, you will get an excellent idea of the weight or body of the wine according to harvest categories and the way it was vinified (dry, half-dry or sweet).

Here we use one German wine label as an example to share with you the meaning of each item.

  1 = grower, producer

  2 = vintage year

  3 = village

  4 = vineyard

  5 = grape variety

  6 = quality level of wine

  7 = taste or style of the wine
        In this case, it is not marked. When not labeled, it is sweet (lieblich). For other cases can be dry (troken) or
        half-dry (halbtroken).

  8 = quality level of the wine

  9 = official tasting number

  10 = estate produced and bottled

  11 = wine region (1 of 13)

  12 = bottle size in liter

  13 = alcoholic strength

  14 = name, address of producer/bottler

  15 = subgrowing region
          In this case, not labeled

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