The Falstaff Wine Guide Germany features all thirteen German wine-growing regions, their top winemakers and their best wines.
Furthermore, the Wine Guide tells you everything about the wine regions - their history, their special features and their sights.
Since we all know that wine is best consumed at a well-laid table, the Falstaff Wine Guide also presents the best inns and restaurants for each region.
The latest Wine Guide Deutschland 2021 lists more than 550 wine estates and more than 4,500 wine recommendations – plus 225 regional inns and restaurants.
Hardly any other European country has made such a tremendous leap towards top wine quality as Germany has in recent years. This really is a wine miracle and a development the winemakers can be proud of - while wine lovers are the real beneficiaries.
As a leading wine magazine, Falstaff has published an annual Wine Guide Germany since 2013, telling you everything about Germany and her wines.
The Falstaff Tasting Panel, the people who taste, describe and score the wines, consists of proven wine experts. They all have one thing in common: real enthusiasm, expertise and passion for wine.
From the Ahr to Württemberg, from the Mosel to Baden. The Falstaff Wine Guide Germany features all thirteen German wine-growing regions, their top winemakers and their best wines. More than 4,500 wines were tasted, described and scored and are now presented in the Falstaff Wine Guide Germany - according to the internationally recognised 100-point system, of course.