Germany has a long wine-making history, dating back to the Roman era. The western part of the country is the primary viticultural region, along the Rhine river and its tributaries.
Germany has long been known primarily as a producer of white wines, with Riesling being the most popularly used
grape. In the late 1990's the production of red wines surged. Pinot Noir, locally known as Spätburgunder,
is the most commonly produced red wine in the country.
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