Wines & Food we taste

Wines & Food we taste · 11. Juni 2018
If you think that wine needs to be celebrated, that it needs to be sniffed, swirled, swooshed, and commented on every time…. Stop reading right now! This post is not for you. If, however, you think wine can be a just-for-fun drink, thirst-quenching and stimulating, uncomplicated and easy-going, just like beer, keep reading....
Wines & Food we taste · 28. Mai 2018
Here’s a wine category one might not relate to German wine: sparkling wine or ‘Sekt’ in German. You haven’t heard of Sekt? That’s easily forgiven since Germany hardly exports its Sekt. For some reason export markets for sparkling wines have been left to Champagne, Cava, and Prosecco. Possibly it’s that we, in Germany, we drink so much of our own stuff that no winemaker would bother exporting it. But, if you are planning a wine tour in Germany, add Sekt right next to German Riesling...
Wines & Food we taste · 28. Februar 2018
Wanna know more about the wines many German somm's quaff when off duty? Here's the answer!
Wines & Food we taste · 12. Februar 2018
If you are preparing your food and wine tour to Germany check out these essentials...
Wines & Food we taste · 09. Februar 2018
Couple of notes on my first icewine:
Wines & Food we taste · 22. Oktober 2017
What makes a good Glühwein? How navigate the the Glühwein-stalls at a German Christmas market... read our guide here....
Wines & Food we taste · 09. Oktober 2017
What is 'Fey-Daar-Wai-Sar' I hear you ask? The German Federweisser is best described as a teenaging wine: It is a cloudy, sometimes fizzy, light, and hard to control young wine - only seasonably available in September and October. Here is all you need to know...
Wines & Food we taste · 08. August 2017
Recall these stagements...'I'll have ABC - anything but Chardonnay!'? Or, blundly 'I hate Chardonnay'. Since our last venture into Lambruscos, we are afraid of nothing anymore and will give this much bashed wine a new chance. We are not the only ones, it appears...