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Introducing Our Own Authentic Glühwein (Mulled Wine)

The WineBarn would like to introduce our very own authentic Glühwein (mulled wine) which has been made according to the traditional German recipe. This winter tipple is made from 100% organic Dornfelder red wine blended with warming spices, orange peel and a little sugar.

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Introducing Two New & Exciting VDP Winemakers

The WineBarn are delighted to introduce two new winemakers, both of which are member of the VDP - Germany’s association of elite wine producers and a trademark of quality. Grans-Fassian from the Mosel region and Jürgen Ellwanger from the Württemberg region, join our portfolio of accomplished winemakers.

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Raise a Glass to Riesling!

The WineBarn were pleased to see that Jakob Schneider's 2020 Niederhäuser Herrmannshöhle Riesling dry made ‘Wine of the Week’ in Victoria Moore’s Daily Telegraph ‘Wine Cellar’ column recently.

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31 Days of German Riesling 2023

31 Days of German Riesling is a month-long campaign that celebrates the star of German wine varieties. And nothing beats a chilled glass of refreshing Riesling on a summer’s afternoon, so The WineBarn are offering you a discount on all Rieslings throughout July 2023.

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Schloss Reinhartshausen - Vines of the River Rhine

For more than 680 years, Schloss Reinhartshausen has been a part of Rheingau wine culture. Established in 1337, the family run winery on the Rhine river is renowned for its organic, award-winning Riesling.  Mariannenaue, an island in the River Rhine, is a European nature reserve, and since 2015, a protected designation of origin for quality wine. The mighty Rhine formed the island of Mariannenaue about 10,000 years ago on a bed of limestone rocks made of sand and gravel washed up from the Alps. Its location, in the middle of the River Rhine, creates a special micro climate. This micro climate provides optimum conditions for Riesling, Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc grapes to grow within the 24 hectares of...

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