Wine & more

Wine and more

Winegrowers not only offer wine. In well-stocked salesrooms or outstanding vinotheks, there is an attractive range of additional products available. Grapes are multi-talented. There is hardly a fruit that is marketed in so many variations - whether liquid, as wine, sparkling wine and juice, or solid, as a table grape, raisin and sultana - the use of red and white grape varieties are virtually unlimited. No wonder then that many winemakers offer grapes in many refined versions and mixed drinks.


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Punch

Punch is a refreshing summer drink made of wine, sparkling wine and fruit or herbs. Colourful, fruity and well chilled, this fizzy classic guarantees fruity enjoyment. read more

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Wine Spritzers – it’s all in the Mix

On a hot summer’s day, a well-chilled wine spritzer – consisting in roughly equal parts of fresh white wine and sparkling mineral water – is pure enjoyment. read more

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Cocktails

If you’re on the lookout for new and even exotic flavours to tickle your taste buds, you can create wonderful cocktails using wine, sparkling wine, spirits and other ingredients. read more 


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Sparkling: Sekt

Be it New Year’s Eve, a party or brunch, a Formula One or a horse race – whenever people are bubbling over with joy, it’s hard to imagine them without a glass of bubbly, the sparkling crown jewel of winemaking. read more

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Other Products of Grape

Grapes can be processed into a number of interesting products. Scarcely any other fruit can be marketed in so many ways - whether liquid, as wine, sparkling wine or grape juice - or solid, as table grapes, raisins or sultanas. read more

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When grape juice starts to rush

If you hold the glass to your ear, Federweißer (new wine) sounds like rushing waves. When the time of the grape harvest has come, you can get the Rauscher, Sauser or Brauser – these local terms are used for Federweißer in Germany, and they all roughly translate as “stuff making a rush” – on every street corner. read more


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Asparagus seeks Wine!

Asparagus's slightly bitter notes can, however, make it a tricky partner when it comes to wine. It often clashes when paired with the standard fruit-driven varietals. read more

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When the Ocean meets Wine

The great variety of seafood invites you to be creative in the kitchen. And the great variety of German white and rosé wines makes it easy to find just the right wine to go with your crustaceans, mussels and company. read more

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Barbecue with fruity Wines

During the last couple of years, the classic barbecue has been turned into sophisticated outdoor cooking. The demands on the quality of the meat, fish and vegetables used have increased just as much as the desire to have the perfect wine to accompany the food. read more


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Mulled Wine – pleasure in the cold Season

More and more German winegrowers offer home-made mulled wine based on individual recipes, partly in organic quality. read more

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Sweet Alliances – Wine and Cookies

The fact that wine and sweet desserts can make for a wonderfully harmonious combination is well known by now. However, the idea that Christmas cookies and noble sweet wines can create pleasant culinary surprises is probably new to many wine lovers. read more

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Fondue & Raclette

Long winter evenings and New Year’s Eve are excellent opportunities for a fondue or raclette in delightful company. And the enjoyment is enhanced if the culinary diversity is complemented by suitable wines. read more


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Mushrooms, pumpkin & wine

Autumnal delights are distinguished by their variety of taste and colour. Suitable wines from the German wine-growing regions are the crowning glory of autumnal mushroom and pumpkin dishes. read more