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The Pfalz wine region is a narrow nine-mile stretch
of land sheltered to the west by the Pfazerwald and
bordered to the east by the Rhine River. It is the
second largest German wine grape growing region
and extends as far south as the Alsace region in
France. The ratio of grapevines to people in this idyllic
landscape is said to be 600:1. One of Germany’s
warmest growing regions boasting an average
1800 hours of sunshine per year, the Pfalz region’s
grapes benefit from dry summers and mild winters.
Reisling is the most common white wine varietal
grown followed closely by a red wine varietal called
Dornfelder.
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