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Sparkling Wine

… grams/liter of residual (leftover) sugar. The law also prescribes a ratio of residual sugar to total acidity in a dry wine: the maximum acidity permitted is 2 grams/liter less than the residual sugar (formula:…


Quality control testing

… embraces all the sensory impressions, including color. The overall balance between sweetness and acidity as well as alcohol and body are also considered. Up to five points or fractions thereof can be…



… soils often have a flinty note on the nose. The predominantly acidic soil lends the wines a taut acidity and they are very mineral in character, perceptible on the palate as a light saltiness. …


German Wines and Nordic Cuisine

… Recommendation: A young crisp Mosel Riesling. Lean to medium bodied with little residual sugar, fresh acidity and pure minerality. read more Roast Veal with radishes, cucumber, brussels blooms, dill and horse…



…n the wines’ distinctive salty, mineral tone that lends them elegance and a silky texture; ensures that their acidity is well integrated, i.e. even dry wines are never ‘sour’; and enhances their longevity.” All in…



… 2-3 year old Rheinhessen or Nahe Weissburgunder. Full bodied, rich and complex. With refreshing acidity and pronounced minerality.INGREDIENTS:2 x 200 g halibut chops1 x small white cabbage100 g…


Elisabethenberg and Olgaberg

…s.” Spätburgunder is most often vinified as a Weißherbst (rosé). The wines, both red and white, have a lively acidity and are refreshingly light. The Hohentwiel Vineyards in Baden – The Württemberg…


König Johann Berg

… Compared with their Mosel counterparts, young Saar Rieslings are often marked by an austere, steely acidity. The finest impart a taut balance of fruit and acidity - and benefit from aging.  Vineyard…



… vineyard sites. The wines are described as having a fine-fruity character with a powerful, pithy acidity. They are well-suited for – and benefit from – aging. Their elegance comes forth after a number of…



… 30-year-old Riesling vines. The lime-rich marl yields smooth, full-bodied Rieslings with a moderate acidity. Becker is especially well-known for fine Spätburgunders, the best of which are from the…