trocken


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trocken

(ˈtrɒkən)
adj
(of wine, esp German wine) dry
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The Neuweier Mauerberg Riesling trocken (dry) 2016 is complex, balanced and dry with honey, apricot and a long finish.
aru 'fruchtbares, trocken gelegenes Land, trockene Wiese' + vdli 'Feld, Flur, Flache') sein.
2017 Weissburgunder Trocken PS5.99 at Lidl's latest Wine Tour promotion (containing 26 wines from PS4.99 upwards) started last week and includes the tasty Purple Heron Cinsault and soft Viajero Cabernet Sauvignon - both at PS7.99.
- 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).
Bobby Conroy, wine director, puts it this way, "Chef's cooking is extremely wine-friendly and his love of wines from his home country [Germany] is the big reason for its importance at the restaurant." It's rare to find wine lists with such focus on the diversity of Riesling, and particularly on dry, Trocken and Grosses Gewachs forms.
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.com).
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.