Wines & Food we taste

Wines & Food we taste · 20. Oktober 2020
3 hot recipes for mulled wine, the third one being being particular.
Wines & Food we taste · 14. Oktober 2020
I faced my ghosts... say hello to Sylvaner...
Wines & Food we taste · 07. September 2020
What are the top dry wines from Germany 2019? Rieslings, Spätburgunders / Pinot Noirs for sure, but make space for one more varietal...
Wines & Food we taste · 16. Juni 2020
Step aside Bavarian beer - we are very happy to combine Pinot with Pork Knuckle
Wines & Food we taste · 16. Juni 2020
Flammkuchen, Sekt and Pfalz Wine tours
Wines & Food we taste · 09. Juni 2020
German food & German wine...
Wines & Food we taste · 27. Mai 2020
Need a drink to cool down? Here are our most preferred German summer coolers...
Wines & Food we taste · 06. Februar 2020
You'll be in Düsseldorf and looking for places to go... we got 5 recommendations for you...
Wines & Food we taste · 20. November 2019
You don't like sweet Riesling? Read this!
Wines & Food we taste · 14. September 2018
Counted in vine-years, Scheurebe is a baby - just over a hundred years old... exactly 102 years that is. Scheurebe is the result of German viticulturalist Dr. Georg Scheu's work, successfully crossing Riesling and Bukettraube (literally bouquet grape, a lesser known aromatic varietal) in 1916. Scheurebe can have pronounced and layered characteristics, from intense, tropical lychee, grapefruit and passion fruit to black currant bush and mint, lime sorbet and feline essence or boxwood. In some...

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