Over a period of more then 15 years, the Wein‑Plus Wine Guide has established a reputation for its strict and independent wine reviews. Marcus Hofschuster, our head taster and editor in chief, has a precise view at the wines of the leading wine producers in Europe.
Interesting wines off the beaten mainstream path, wines with an unmistakeable character! Our head taster Marcus Hofschuster personally selects these wines from around 12,000 wines tasted each year: objectively, independently and without any trade interests.
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The first wine producer was the winery Skærsøgaard Vin (winemaker Sven Moesgaard) near Kolding in southeastern Jutland near the coast (Little Belt). Here is red wine, white wine and sparkling wine produced. Other producers include Dansk Vincenter, Frederiksborg Vin, Vinperlen, Domain Aalsgaard (all on the island of Zealand) and Lille Gadegaard (Island Bornholm). There are over 20 winegrowers. Initially, the products could only be marketed as "table wine". In 2007, the EU was allowed to label to lead the region, vintage and grape variety for the first time. However, Denmark's most significant alcoholic contribution is that made from potatoes or cereals Aquavit with the protected designation of origin "Danske". Perhaps in the future, Danish winegrowing will win through the climate Change more important.