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Fans of German wine know that style has historically been given more attention than the concept of terroir. For years, the wine world shrugged its collective shoulders at the mention of the French term terroir to explain variations in quality separating some vineyards from others. Lately, though, a growing number of growers and winemakers have embraced the concept of terroir, including the Germans. The authors explain that, with the passage of a resolution in 2012 by the Confederation of Prädikat Wine Estates (or VDP), a number of things have changed such as the acceptance of the significance of terroir rather than wine style.