Synonyms: Sylvaner, Gruner Silvaner
Main Regions: Germany (Franken), France (Alsace).
Description: Silvaner produces mostly dry wines with pronounced earthiness, minerality and subtle smoke aromas.
Characteristics: Body: (Light-Med-Full); Flavors & Smells Of: (Citrus, melon, peach, earth, smoke).
Wine Styles: Dry, Sweet.
Origin: Indigenous to Austria. Natural cross of Ostterreichisch and Traminer.
Silvaner from Franken, Germany, is bottled in the traditional flask-shaped Bocksbeutel.
As of 2006, Silvaner is permitted from the Grand Cru vineyard of Zotzenberg in Alsace, France.
– Description from Craig Donofrio
Rudolf Fürst Silvaner Pur Mineral
|Winery:||Weingut Rudolf Fürst|
Weingut Ökonomierat Rebholz Silvaner Kabinett Trocken
|Winery:||Weingut Ökonomierat Rebholz|
|Region:||Germany » Pfalz|
Gysler Silvaner Halbtrocken
|Region:||Germany » Rheinhessen|
Schloss Castell Silvaner Trocken
|Region:||Germany » Franken|
- Avg. Price $6.47
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Page 3 of 6Silvaner on Snooth
I received this bottle as a gift from a friend. Tall blue & contoured with an abv of 10% The smell is highly misleading. After sniffing the bottle once opened I thought I wouldn't enjoy it but I was pleasantly surprised. There is nothing overbearing about this sweet little number. The full flavor of the late harvest really comes through nicely w... Read More
Unfortunately, this wine often gets a bad rating because people are too embarrassed to admit they like it. It's just not sophisticated to say you like this wine. Well I think this wine tastes great and it goes well with poultry or fish. I've tasted Liebrraumilch wines that don't even compare at triple the price. Just get over yourself and tr... Read More
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Good heavens!Hardly have I seen much about German Wines in our Forum.Am I incorrect?If so, I do apologize profusely!Surely some of us are visitors to Germany, we may even have members among us from Germany.Welcome all!Let us have fun exposing our taste! Read More
a pleasant light wine. Not much bouquet but a nice eversoslightly fruity taste and after taste. I had it with tilapia sauted in a wok with chinese vegtables . It is a good match for this sort of food. $14 is a bit expensive for this wine. Read More
Lackluster white white - drank one glass and sent the rest back into the depths of my fridge. Read More
We were quite pleasantly surprised by this blend of 4 white wines. Having a spicy pork vindaloo, we knew we would need a cooling wine to have with it. This worked great! Not a great wine, but certainly tasty and cooling. Read More
Soft with nice acidity. Had with some veggie sushi at Mio Sushi outside of Portland. I can definitely see this pairing well with something like spicy tuna. Decent value at $6 a glass. Read More
This wasn't what I expected. I used it to make Greek Shrimp and I had to have it to taste. After the first glass it was not so bad but as far as cooking with it I was very disappointed. My better half enjoyed the the dish very much so I guess it is my opinion that I most likely would not venture to buy another bottle. Read More
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