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Sachsen Saale-Unstrut Franken Württemberg Baden Pfalz Hessische Bergstrasse Rheinhessen Nahe Rheingau Mosel-Saar-Ruwer Mittelrhein Ahr
 
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Deutschland Saale-Unstrut Sachsen Ahr Mittelrhein Mosel-Saar-Ruwer Rheingau Nahe Rheinhessen Hessische Bergstrasse Pfalz Baden Württemberg Franken
 

1. AHR
in this northern cultivation area, one is mainly devoted to the Late Burgundian and Portuguese red wines - mostly light-coloured, light and smooth.
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2. MITTELRHEIN (Middle-Rhine)
Well-known for good Riesling wines. The viticulture in this region is now declining.
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3. MOSEL-SAAR-RUWER
Germany’s most famous cultivation area: extraordinary tender-fruity Riesling wines with high acid grow on steep schist slopes at the banks of the Mosel.
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4. RHEINGAU
Little, important cultivation area - well known as a source of finest German wine: Riesling on a remarkable standard, as well as sporadic cultivation of Late Burgundian.
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5. NAHE
Chic Rieslings, spicy Silvaner and White Burgundian, are the figureheads of this region. 
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6. RHEINHESSEN (Rhine Hess)
Many simple and inexpensive wines are produced here: known as a main source of the Liebfrauenmilch, one is increasingly keen to cultivate regional typical plants.
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7. HESSISCHE BERGSTRASSE
Small cultivation area - well known for Müller-Thurgau and good Riesling.
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8. PFALZ (Palatinate)
Beside the many plain and simple wines, here are tendentially more and more quality wines produced:   good Rieslings and White Burgundian, Grey Burgundain as well as red Late Burgundian characterise the new wine culture.
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9. BADEN
Well-known for excellent Late Burgundian and fantastic dry wines. The closeness to Alsace, the different soils and the mild climate add up to that.   
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10. WÜRTTEMBERG
Traditionally, high share in red wines: Trollinger, Müllerrebe, Lemberger, Portugieser and Late Burgundian (Spätburgunder), are spread in this region. In addition, regional typical white wines.
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11. FRANKEN
Home of the characteristic Bocksbeutels. Typical wines are the dry Silvaner as well as Rieslings. Müller-Thurgau is advancing and by now, the most frequently cultivated vine variety.
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12. SAALE-UNSTRUT
Light wines grow here on lime containing soils. Müller-Thurgau is the most spread.
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13. SACHSEN (Saxony)
Situated in Eastern Germany – Müller-Thurgau is most spread here. High production costs and economical problems have as yet prevented the breakthrough.
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