As a wine lover, I’ve recently joined a wine course Hong Kong in a famous wine school Hong Kong called Corvino. From the wine course Hong Kong, I learn a lot more about the Bremen Wine in Germany. Let me share with you the things I’ve learnt.
The Bremen wine region has a history of winemaking dating back to the 13th century, when it was part of the Hanseatic League. The town of Bremen itself is the largest wine producer in Germany. In 2008, over 40% of Germany’s wine exports went to Bremen. Wine regions Bremen’s wine-growing areas are divided into three main regions.
The “Aare valley” is located in the north of the state and is made up of vineyards around the river Aare. It produces light, fruity wines.
The “Bremen and Bremer Ried region” (Ried) is located in the north of the state and is made up of vineyards on the banks of the Weser River. The wine from this region is characterised by its rich, full body, and the grapes are typically red.
The “Bremer Welle region” (Welle) is located in the south of the state and is made up of vineyards around the river Bremer Welle. The wine from this region is characterised by its strong acidity.
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