Netherland

Netherland

Dutch wines

In the past, the Netherlands was generally not known as a major wine-producing country, as its cool climate and relatively small size make it challenging to grow grapes.

However, in recent years, Dutch winemakers have been experimenting with new grape varieties and production techniques, resulting in some unique and interesting wines. The most commonly grown grape varieties in the Netherlands are Müller-Thurgau, Auxerrois, Rivaner, Riesling, Pinot Gris.

The Dutch wine industry is still relatively small, but it is growing and receiving recognition for quality and innovation.

Wines from Apostelhoeve from Limburg and De Kleine Schorre from Zeeland are now served in the Business Class of KLM and Air France.

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