Tag Archives: Tasting notes

Wine & Cheese Tasting at Garibaldi Bogenhausen

For many centuries wine has been paired with cheese.  Regardless if you intend to complement or to contrast a wine, cheese is almost always a perfect pairing partner. Garibaldi, a Munich-based wine store, regularly hosts a variety of wine and food events. One of Garibaldi’s most popular tastings focuses on wine and its relationship with

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2012 Reichsrat Von Buhl – Scheurebe Auslese – Prädikatswein Pfalz

Today’s post is dedicated to a more or less unknown and often overseen German grape variety: Scheurebe. In the early 20th century, oenologist Georg Scheu created the grape by crossing Riesling with Bukettraube (a cross between Silvaner and Schiava). Scheu intented to create a Riesling-like grape that was well-suited to be cultivated in Rheinhessen. Scheurebe is

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