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This time we have wines from Alsace, Baden, Rioja and Tuscany.

Moscato d'Asti doesn't hold up? Merlot only produces simple, fruity wines? It's time to put an end to these prejudices.

Sometimes you have to try wines that you are not a big fan of.

There is a Brunello Cerretalto and Barolo from the great 2016 and 2019 vintages. The new Barolo vintages have such perfect tannins that they can be drunk with pleasure even young.

Besides Saffredi, we have top Riesling from Peter-Jakob Kühn and Robert Weil.

This time we have wines from the Rhone, Tuscany, Palatinate and Würtemberg.

Let's have a long evening with wines from different countries.

Stefan is back, so we can do a liitle tasting.

Here we have a Duval-Leroy Champagne, a Viognier from Germany, a Klaus Keller Riesling, two old Masi Amarone and a mature Tignanello.

This time: Chateau de Beaucastel, Jean-Claude Bachelet, Jaboulet Aine and Castello dei Rampolla.

In a blind tasting it is sometimes difficult to distinguish a Nebbiolo from a Sangiovese. Traditional Sangiovese also have a lot of tannins, but usually a little more acidity.

This time Tuscany and Piedmont face each other.

New vintages in Tuscany, especially 2016, were praised. The Super Tuscans of 2015 did not really convince us. So what about Chianti Classico and Flaccianello? Finally three different Californian reds.

No matter which region, we wanted to taste some great wines. And we were lucky in our selection.