Guide to German and Austrian Wines

Carstens SC — Bio organic sparkling wine (Hesse)
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Deinhard — With a passion for premium sparkling wine, one of first wineries in Germany to produce Sekt. (Rhineland - Palatine)
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Faber — Crafted with a distinct sensibility and full of character, a sparkling wine that can be truly enjoyed by wine lovers, with a lasting taste and a range of flavors. (Australia)
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Fuerst von Metternich — Offering a wide range of different sparkling wines for every occasion, their exquisite and pristine wine combines elegance and high quality. (Hesse)
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Henkell Trocken — Founded in 1832, they prepare and ferment the grapes specially to preserve the taste. Their wines strike a balance between past and present, and use only the highest standard of ingredients and sustainable materials. (Hesse)
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Kupferberg Gold — Known for 165 years for their "Gold" Sparkling wine, a classical sparkling wine with a touch of modern flavor. (Hesse)
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Nymphenburg — Since 1955 the most popular Sekt from Bavaria, both with and without alcohol products, made from fresh sustainable products. (Bavaria)
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Rotkäppchen — Uses Germany's larget wooden barrel for making sparkling wine, producing wine since 1856 based on German Reisling. (Saxony-Anhalt)
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Schloss Wachenheim — Specially fermented wine, where yeast is used for carbonation in bottle fermented wines. Leave at least 9 months sitting in bottle, using newer technologies to best create different flavors (Rhineland - Palatine)
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Soehnlein — In production for 150 years, characterized by quality ingredients, a perfect mix of classic and surprising, and a wide variety of products. (Hesse)
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