Search

Searchbox

Note: The search input can be further influenced by various operators: an asterisk (*) serves as a wildcard (reb*), quotes search for an exact match ("Max Mustermann") and a minus (-) closes a term of looking out (recipe -fish).

search results

Results
Search words under length of %d characters are not processed.

174 results
Search results 81 until 90 of 174

21.01.2019

Gewürztraminer

… Pfalz, Rheinhessen and Baden - where it is called Clevner. However, it can be found in all German wine regions. While it is frost-resistant, it does need warm vineyard sites and soil with good…

21.01.2019

Ebling

… (origin unknown), is an early-ripening and very fruitful grape that makes light, piquant wines that often are used for sparkling wine because of their pronounced acidity. This variety has a…

21.01.2019

Chardonnay

… or slightly underripe apples. Higher qualities are usually rich in alcohol and extract. They are wines of substance, with a long finish, and often vinified in Barrique casks.

21.01.2019

Soil & Sites

… geographical units, large and small, to distinguish between the two fundamental quality categories of wine that exist within the European Union: Deutscher Wein (former "Tafelwein") and Qualitätswein…

21.01.2019

Quality categories

…Quality Categories Among the most important legally required declarations on a label is a wine's quality category. The German wine law makes far more distinctions within the two broad quality categories mandated by the…

21.01.2019

Must weights

… include Babo, Balling, Baumé and Brix). From this rating, the potential alcohol level of the finished wine can be determined - which in turn, is an important criterion for quality category classification, i.e.…

21.01.2019

Specialitiy & Regional Wines

…Other noteworthy initiatives: Premium wines (or series of wines) produced by individual estates, commercial wineries and/or cooperative wineries. Eye-catching bottles and labels as well as distinctive names are the…

21.01.2019

The Label

… as is the name of a reputable producer. The grape variety influences the bouquet and flavor of a wine to a considerable extent. The style of drier wines is usually indicated on the label: trocken denotes…

21.01.2019

Crystals in Wine

…How do Crystals Develop in Wine? Riper grapes have higher levels of tartaric acid. The longer grapes ripen on the vine, the longer they have to absorb minerals from the soil. Little by little crystals can develop…

21.01.2019

Other Products of Grape

… pomace, the "leftovers" from pressing, i. e. grape skins; pips; bits of pulp, must and wine; and dead yeast cells. This fruity, pungent spirit is a popular digestif. Hefebrand or Weinhefe -…