Kabinett


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Kabinett

(ˌkæbɪˈnɛt)
n
(Brewing) a dry, usually white, wine produced in Germany, made from mature grapes with no added sugar
[C20: from German, literally: cabinet]
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The evening will be followed by an exclusive after-party in basement bar Kabinett, with special guest DJs playing late into the night.
With the Pacific ahi tuna tartare, Phillips opts for the 2011 Selbach-Oster Kabinett riesling ($16 a glass, $64 a bottle).
Die erste planmassige Ausgrabung in Asva, auf der Insel Saaremaa, wurde im Jahre 1934 vom Archaologischen Kabinett der Universitat Tartu unter der Leitung von Richard Indreko organisiert.
Red Cabbage Consomme with Kohlrabi and Leeks (Serves 6) [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Max Richter Estate Riesling Kabinett Weingut Max Ferd.
Max Ferd Richter Veldenzer Elisenberg Riesling Kabinett 2011, (PS13.
The Riesling 2011 Kabinett is from the Mosel, where the grape dominates, and is made by one of the oldest family estates, Max Ferd Richter.
Kabinett are the driest and Auslese are mid-spectrum, made from fully ripened late-harvest grapes which may be affected by the 'noble rot' fungus which serves to concentrate sugar levels.
The Amerbach family, including the printer Johann, his lawyer and humanist son Boniface and grandson Basil, had built up a rich Kabinett featuring 50 paintings, among them 15 by Hans Holbein (Fig.
Best White Wine/Best Wine: Zeltinger Sonnenuhr Kabinett 2009, Markus Molitor, Germany
After dinner we left the ship in udesheim and piled onto a mini-train r a visit to Siegfried's Kabinett useum.
It's a hell of a lot more complicated (too complicated) with levels of sweetness designated as Kabinett, Spatlese, Auslese and several more right up to Trockenbeerenauslese.