trocken


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trocken

(ˈtrɒkən)
adj
(of wine, esp German wine) dry
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The Silvaner Trocken, a white wine from the Franken region in Germany.
Kung Pao Chicken (ginger shao xing, dark soy and Szechuan pepper) paired with Schloss Johannisberg riesling trocken (2013).
It's rare to find wine lists with such focus on the diversity of Riesling, and particularly on dry, Trocken and Grosses Gewachs forms.
Das Storm-Buch soll gelesen werden, und zwar von der Fachwissenschaft (die nie zugeben mochte, dass ihr gut lesbare Bucher am Ende angenehmer sind als die trocken gelehrten Walzer) ebenso wie von jener unbe-stimmbaren Leserschaft, die in ihrer Anonymitat und Unberechenbarkeit allzeit im Visier von Autorenschaft und Verlagen steht.
Trocken means dry, and the Pfalz region west of the Rhine produces beautiful, elegant styles, such as Deidesheimer Herrgottsacker, 'SL' Riesling 2012, Dry, Dr Deinhard, Pfalz, Germany (PS16, bbr.
Dr Koehler Blanc de Noirs Trocken 2013 is a totally new wine experience for me.
Eins-Zwei-Dry 2011 Riesling Trocken Leitz Rheingau (PS13 each, or PS12 when buying six.
94) Darting Durkheimer Fronhof Riesling Kabinett Trocken 2011 (Germany).
In 1982, the government approved an amendment to the Wine Law of 1971 authorizing the use of the labeling terms Trocken ("dry") and Halbtrocken ("halfdry," i.
For example, the OTouch of ClassO package includes continental breakfast served in the cabin with a bottle of Asti Spumante or Henkel Trocken and freshly squeezed orange juice.
The one I'm drinking now, which isn't too bad for just pounds 4, is Trocken - German for dry so it's slightly similar I suppose to Oz rieslings.