sylvaner


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sylvaner

(sɪlˈvɑːnə)
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(Plants) a German variety of grape and vine
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Direct Wine Shipments now has Hugel's 1639 Tradition which expertly blends Gewurztraminer, Pinot Gris, Riesling, Muscat and Sylvaner.
Winemaker Marc Hugel creates a blend each vintage from riesling, gewurztraminer, pinot gris, muscat, and sylvaner, known as "the noble varieties".
Winemaker Marc Hugel creates blend each vintage from riesling, gewurztraminer, pinot gris, muscat, and sylvaner, known as "tes of freshly cut green apples, lychee, pear, and a hint of white peach.
champagne wine materials for the production of champagne and sparkling wines, including the following varieties: chardonnay, airen, alariche, albano, alcanon, verdejo, viognier, colombard, xarello, lado, leiren, macabeo, nouvelle, pareliada, passerina, pecorino, malvia , bianca, planta nova, planta fin, semillon, sylvaner, sauvignon, trebiano, torrontes, chenin blanc 1,400,000 liter (s) 2
97% vinifera 09356-235: (red clone) 50% Sylvaner, 12.5% Cabernet Sauvignon, Carignane, Chardonnay 09331-047: (red clone) 50% Zinfandel, 25% Petit Sirah, 12.5% Cabernet Sauvignon 09314-102: (white clone) 62.5% Cabernet Sauvignon, 12.5% Chardonnay and 12.5% Carignane
An easy-drinking German varietal rarely seen outside of Europe, Sylvaner hits all the marks.
We don't want to be esoteric, but when it's right, we love showing our diners a German Scheurebe, a Riesling and Sylvaner cross, or an Austrian Rotgipfler, a Traminer-Roter cross." Three certified sommeliers who man the floor use flash cards to ensure the beverage and menu changes stay up-to-the-minute current.
The wine is literally a who's who of the varieties famous in the region, featuring gewurztraminer, pinot gris, riesling, muscat, pinot blanc and sylvaner, and shows off a glorious bouquet of aromatic floral notes coupled with a little restrained spice.
A COUPLE OF WHITES FROM THE WINE SOCIETY Leon Beyer Sylvaner 2014 (12% abv, PS8.50): Sylvaner is one of the main varieties in Alsace where it holds its head up higher than in Germany, where it is typically used in liebfraumilch.
Savagnin's offspring include Sauvignon Blanc, Chenin Blanc, Gruner Veltliner, Sylvaner, Petit Manseng (which makes divine sweet white wines in the French Pyrenean foothills) and most curiously of all, it has a parent-child relationship with Portugal's Verdelho, best known on the island of Madeira.
There are many wineries in Alsace where you can romance the grape: I fell in love with the Sylvaner, with its balance of minerality and tropical fruits, at the Domaine Albert Seitz vineyard in Mittelbergheim (albert-seltz.fr).
Carroll points to small producers of high-quality wines including Muri-Gries and Abbazia di Novacella, which are revitalizing interest in grapes such as sylvaner, miiller-thurgau, pinot bianco and kerner.