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  • Franconia

      Franconia (Franken) is a wine region in Bavaria, Germany. Though to most people Bavaria is...

  • Rhine

    The Rhine (Rhein in German, Rhin in French) is a major river that gives its name to a Tafelwein...

  • Germany

    Germany is the producer of some of the most admired wines in the world. These are its Rieslings...

  • Switzerland

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  • Italy

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  • Alsace

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  • Alsace Aoc

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  • Eastern France

  • Valais

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  • Hartwig Martin

    Winzer The village belongs to the "romantic pearls" of the Franconian wine country. Visitors to t...

  • Kremers Winzerhof

    Eingebettet in den Ausläufern des Spessarts, dem Kloster Engelberg und dem Mainvorland liegt unse...

  • Weingut Hans Befort

    For 40 years we produce for our customers not only quality and fine wines and sparkling wines , w...

  • Weingut Schönleber

    Our Wine and Champagne Estate F.B. Schoenleber goes back 200 years. As of today, the vineyards ex...

  • Winery Burggarten

    Our winery is in family's possession and is perfectly well situated in the well-known wine-growin...

  • Weingut Graf von Kanitz

    The idea to treat nature in an environmentally friendly way had already begun in 1968 through our...

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  • Sounds like a nice memory of your visit.In Germany and particularly Austria ... but I like MT better than sylvaner (which I do occasionally drink), so it does have its place for me depending on my mood and what's available. I tend to drink all of those wines straight, and not in that spritzer style, but I know from watching people around me th... Read More

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  • Sharon, welcome to the Snooth Forum. It's unfortunate that you have not ... ... between the Riesling and Sylvaner grapes.  I doubt if Muller Thurgau really tastes like either of these, but Riesling--from both domestic and European producers--is widely available.  So, you miight try one of those.The thought of adding water to wine has never occ... Read More

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  • I just came back from Germany (Bavaria area) and was introduced to a half dry Mueller Thurgau produced by a local winery (Huter).  My son mixed this with a meduim sparkling water and I really enjoyed this. I am not a wine drinker but I found this to be very enjoyable to drink.   What is a wine I can find locally that is comparable in taste to th... Read More

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  • What JD said.Rieslings are an excellent place to start. From Mosel, or the ... ... the ... of grapes like 'Sylvaner' or 'Muller-Thuragau' which is a cross between the first two). They're Qba category. Then there's Kabinett above that in quality and price. Start with those two categories and shop around.They're one of the places I started, at ... Read More

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  • I'm a total beginner. My parents just recently started getting into wine, and I since just turned 21, I'm interested in learning more!  So far, I really like Moscato. Can you tell I'm a beginner yet? I also like sweet and semi-sweet. So far, I haven't been able to enjoy a dry wine, but I would like to develop a taste for it. I just don't know wh... Read More

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  • Perhaps crap is a relative word. Bourgogne Aligote is the reason why Kir was ... ... Kind of like a lot of sylvaner.  ;-)Will look forward to hearing how you find sylvane Read More

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  • DM, sylvaner is on my list of grapes I have yet to try. I'm on a fun quest to taste as many different varieties as I can. I've been looking in mostly the grocery and big box stores around here but have also checked my favorite wine shop (which is where I bought the white blend above) and have yet to find any.  I've got a bottle of Godello and a ... Read More

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  • Vino, have you had sylvaner before?  Muller-Thurgau is a cross between it and riesling. I haven't drunk any from North America but only know those in the vicinity of Germany. Sylvaner can be refreshing if done right, but I don't get a classy, refined feel from it. Usually it's (mighty) cheap plonk over there. Come to think of it, it might be a g... Read More

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  • @ DMCKER:Okay. IMHO, the best red swiss wines are made from either Pinot Noir ... Riesling-Sylvaner is mostly an easygoing white wine, not complex, best drunk for an aperitif. It is cultivated mostly in the eastern part of Switzerland. I prefer Chasselas (in Germany, thiis is called Gutedel). The best Chasselas is coming from the Dézaley vineya... Read More

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