En Garde! 2016 pink dry

Wait, but it’s 2016! And the color ?! Ripe strawberries! No freshness, the rose cannot be like that, and the aroma is not glamorous, and the taste is excessive acidity and beer scent. No, it’s just bio wine, dude – relax and get high! – Without sulfur? – No! The label says it contains sulfites. […]

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Durbacher Baden Pinot Noir 2015 dry red – wine review from the blog Tako Vino

Let’s arrange a five-minute memory and quickly repeat what is generally written on the German label and how to read it, if you can’t even pronounce “im eichenfas gift” for you the first time. Classification of German wines in a minute In fact, everything is very confusing at all p̶r̶e̶de̶e̶l̶̶n̶o̶ ̶p̶r̶o̶s̶t̶o̶. The highest category of […]

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5 simple and original Champagne snacks

Not Olivier alone! How to add champagne to make shoes unrealistically tasty and simple to the banality of an infusorian. 👍 The basic principles here are: salty + sour = good and + similar crunchy. 1. Potato chips with salt Incredible, but true! The best, the simplest ever! You can, of course, get worn out […]

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Cork disease

And again the heading “We asked – we answer!” Fortunately, wine is not a constant and not a soulless substance. It also gets sick. One of these diseases is “congestion disease”. We will try to explain everything you need to know about it below as clearly as possible and, if possible, not very long and […]

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What does wine smell like?

At their tastings, a picture with a glass is often used in the presentation for each variety, into which the kind German colleagues from the site faberpartner.de stuffed “everything that was in the refrigerator” (everything that characterizes a particular grape variety). Pictures are not a panacea. Just a handy cheat sheet to peek at. Where […]

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