Today there are really strict wine laws in Germany. Especially towards what is supposed to be mentioned on the label, which makes them some of the world's most confusing labels. Here is a guide to the German wine label.
On the label, the producer and the year will be mentioned. But furthermore, you should look at the quality level, the grape variety, and the wine region.
This is a short story about Meller Wine and how it came to exist.
It is about a whole family's passion for wine. Also, you will see some pictures of the Meller family.
The production of wine in Germany started when the Romans came to Trier. They wanted to use Trier as an intermediate storage place for the Roman wine that was supposed to be transported to England. However, they quickly realized it was better to grow the wine in the area itself. So Mosel and the Rhein was the first wine regions in Germany.
Today there are officially 13 major wine regions in Germany.