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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Loosen Bernkasteler Lay Kabinett Riesling 2015 (Mosel).
His inspiration for the Doctor's range arose one day when he mused over a German 'Kabinett' style Riesling which, depending on the sugar levels, range from 8 per cent to 11 per cent alcohol.
Very quickly, however, West Germany developed a highly supportive network of Kunsthallen throughout the country; in the small north German town of Bremerhaven, for example, Jurgen Wesseler set up the tiny and now legendary Kabinett fur aktuelle Kunst, where emerging artists could show their work.
Said tipple is a Dr Loosen, Graacher Himmelreich Riesling Kabinett, above.
NEW bespoke Champagne and wine bar is opening in the former Kabinett bar, in Liverpool city centre.
"You can taste hints of citrus and cherry with a sharp, crisp finish." Murphy is also pouring and recommending a noble but inexpensive Riesling, Kabinett, by gust Kessler.
RAINER VIERTLBOCK'S MUSIC IN THE RESTORED VERSION OF THE FILM DAS KABINETT DES DOKTOR CALIGARI BY ROBERT WIENE (1919)
Der Klimaschutzplan 2050, der federfuhrend im Umwelt -ministerium ausgearbeitet wurde und Deutschlands Ma[sz]nahmen festlegen soll, hatte schon im September 2016 im Kabinett verabschiedet werden sollen.
Everything pairs well with local wines like a zippy Gruner Veltliner or an aromatic Riesling Kabinett!
She encourages waitstaff to offer a taste of Table 301's Heinz Eifel kabinett riesling from Mosel, Germany, along with a taste of its Vouvray.
She encourages the waitstaff to offer a taste of Table 301's Heinz Eifel kabinett riesling from Mosel, Germany, along with a taste of its Vouvray.
This German estate in Mosel Valley has two bottles of 2014 Riesling on American shelves: Bernkasteler Badstube Riesling Kabinett 2014 comes from the Doctor Vineyard, considered the estate's best site.