good examples of German dessert wines, look out for the words:
Beerenauslese [Meaning 'berries select picking'. ] wines are made from overripe grapes that are harvested individually.
Eiswein [Meaning 'ice wine'. ] wines are made from grapes harvested and pressed while frozen, which means they are extra concentrated.
Trockenbeerenauslese [Meaning 'Dry Berries Select Picking'. ] wines are made from individually-harvested grapes left so long on the vine that they've nearly shrivelled to raisins.
The other thing to remember when buying German wine, especially when touring the vineyards in Germany, is that the German word for 'Cheers' is Prost! . Happy drinking.Continued page 14/17