Eisweine

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Eiswein - eine wahre Rarität. Mutter Natur und Väterchen Frost bieten den Winzern nur selten diese einmalige Gelegenheit. Voller Risiken, aber umso aufregender. Denn wenn der Eiswein gelingt, dann freuen sich Winzer und Weinschmecker gleichermaßen.

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Weinolsheimer Kehr Spätburgunder Blanc de Noir Eiswein 2016 - Weingut Manz Weinolsheimer Kehr Spätburgunder Blanc de Noir Eiswein 2016 - Weingut Manz
White wine Blanc de Noir edelsüß (sweet) Germany Rhine-Hesse (DE) Weinolsheim (DE)
70740-DE-WW-PN-01-16
0.375 l (£ 64.21 * / 1 l)
Gelber Muskateller Eiswein 0,375 l 2018 - Angerhof Tschida Gelber Muskateller Eiswein 0,375 l 2018 - Angerhof Tschida
Dessert Wines edelsüß (sweet) Austria Burgenland (AT) Neusiedler See (AT)
70697-AT-WW-MU-002-18
0.375 l (£ 59.95 * / 1 l)
Weinolsheimer Kehr Silvaner Eiswein 2012 - Weingut Manz Weinolsheimer Kehr Silvaner Eiswein 2012 - Weingut Manz
Dessert Wines edelsüß (sweet) Germany Rhine-Hesse (DE) Weinolsheim (DE)
70740-DE-WW-SI-01-12
0.375 l (£ 59.92 * / 1 l)
Chardonnay Eiswein 2016 - Dr. Hinkel Chardonnay Eiswein 2016 - Dr. Hinkel
edelsüß (sweet) Germany Rhine-Hesse (DE)
70011-DE-WW-CH-00009-16
0.375 l (£ 63.36 * / 1 l)
Albiger Hundskopf Riesling Eiswein edelsüß 0,375 l 2018 - Jung & Knobloch Albiger Hundskopf Riesling Eiswein edelsüß 0,375 l 2018 - Jung & Knobloch
Dessert Wines edelsüß (sweet) Germany Rhine-Hesse (DE) Albig (DE)
70011-DE-WW-RI-014-18
0.375 l (£ 53.65 * / 1 l)
vegan vegan
Grüner Veltliner Eiswein 0,375 l 2014 - Weinrieder Grüner Veltliner Eiswein 0,375 l 2014 - Weinrieder
Dessert Wines sweet Austria Niederösterreich (AT) Weinviertel (AT)
70741-AT-WW-GV-006-14
vegan vegan
Ried Hölzler Welschriesling Eiswein 0,375 l 2015 - Weinrieder Ried Hölzler Welschriesling Eiswein 0,375 l 2015 - Weinrieder
Dessert Wines sweet Austria Niederösterreich (AT) Weinviertel (AT)
70741-AT-WW-WR-001-15
vegan vegan
Ried Schneiderberg Riesling Eiswein 0,375 l 2015 - Weinrieder Ried Schneiderberg Riesling Eiswein 0,375 l 2015 - Weinrieder
Dessert Wines sweet Austria Niederösterreich (AT) Weinviertel (AT)
70741-AT-WW-RI-006-15
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Transylvania Ice Wine 0,375 l 2019 - Liliac & Kracher Transylvania Ice Wine 0,375 l 2019 - Liliac & Kracher
White wine sweet Austria Burgenland (AT) Leithaberg / Neusiedlersee-Hügelland (AT)
70011-AT-WW-BL-0108-19
0.375 l (£ 49.36 * / 1 l)
Eiswein 375 ml - Nachtgold Eiswein 375 ml - Nachtgold
White wine sweet Germany Rhine-Hesse (DE)
75222-DE-WW-BL-0080-NV
0.375 l (£ 21.44 * / 1 l)

Auslese Wine

In compliance with German Wine Law, an Auslese wine is a superior quality predicate wine made from fully ripened grapes and has a minimum must weight of 95 °Oechsle. In Baden an Auslese must have a must weight of at least 102 °Oechsle, regardless of the grape variety. The minimum must weight for Austrian Auslese wines is 105 °Oechsle.

 

Auslese – With and Without Botrytis Notes

The character and quality of an Auslese wine is defined by the ripeness of the berries and their sugar content at time of harvest. In regard to the harvest, only fully ripened, golden-yellow grapes are permitted for wines labelled with the quality standard Auslese. Grapes that have been afflicted with noble rot (Botrytis cinerea) on the vine have to be picked by hand. For the high quality standards of Beerenauslese and Trockenbeerenauslese, handpicking is prescribed by law. In addition, the berries with noble rot must already be dry on the vine before picking can begin. Most German Auslese wines are produced from the Riesling grape variety or the Scheurebe. Their fruity and mineral notes together with the Botrytis notes (if applicable), give this wine its special character.

 

The Growing Popularity of Trockenbeerenauslese Wines

Trockenbeerenauslese translates roughly to ‘handpicked dried grapes’. This type of Auslese wine is almost always vinified as a sweet wine, which results in wines with a relatively low alcohol content and a harmonic blend of acidity and fruity-lush sweetness. The trend in German wineries has, however, moved toward the production of dry Auslese wines with a traditional alcohol content and a more distinctive all-round character. The true character of Auslese wines develops only after a long period of maturation. They do not lose their drinkability even after five to ten years. Beerenauslese and Trockenbeerenauslese wines can be aged in the bottle for several decades.

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