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Weine nicht wenn die Reblaus lacht! Samstag 24. März 2018
Ist Dir mal wieder eine Reblaus über die Leber gelaufen? Wohl kaum, denn Reblausbuben sind weinseelig und eben nicht lebertranig. Der Kabarettist Thomas Hartmann ist einer dieser Reblausbuben und kennt die Eigenheiten der Anbaugebiete Reimhessen bis Saale-Unfug.

Seine kabarettistische Weinprobe wird in Blöcken á 25 Minuten gespielt und von vier Weinverkostungen unterbrochen. Ein humorvoller Spaziergang durch das Wein ABC, ein genüsslicher Vortrag über Weinsensorik und eine nie endende Wahrheitssuche nach dem Sinn des Dreiklanges aus Wein, Weib und Gesang. Seine Texte sind nicht nur in Reime gepresst, im Versmaß gerüttelt, sondern auch im Keller gereift.

weiterlesen unter: https://weingut-hoefer.de/weine-nicht-wenn-die-reblaus-lacht/
#Reblaus #Comedy #Trollbühne #Riesling #Weinprobe
Weine nicht wenn die Reblaus lacht! Samstag 24. März 2018 Ist Dir mal wieder eine Reblaus über die Leber gelaufen? Wohl kaum, denn Reblausbuben sind weinseelig und eben nicht lebertranig. Der Kabarettist Thomas Hartmann ist einer dieser Reblausbuben und kennt die Eigenheiten der Anbaugebiete Reimhessen bis Saale-Unfug. Seine kabarettistische Weinprobe wird in Blöcken á 25 Minuten gespielt und von vier Weinverkostungen unterbrochen. Ein humorvoller Spaziergang durch das Wein ABC, ein genüsslicher Vortrag über Weinsensorik und eine nie endende Wahrheitssuche nach dem Sinn des Dreiklanges aus Wein, Weib und Gesang. Seine Texte sind nicht nur in Reime gepresst, im Versmaß gerüttelt, sondern auch im Keller gereift. weiterlesen unter: https://weingut-hoefer.de/weine-nicht-wenn-die-reblaus-lacht/ #Reblaus  #Comedy  #Trollbühne  #Riesling  #Weinprobe 
Marqués de Murrieta Reserva 2008, Rioja, Spain 
Rioja remains the most famous spanish wine. The first spanish wine I ever drank conciously as such was a Rioja. Left a lasting impression on me. Back then I didn't know anything about wine let alone Spain. My father's passion for Bordeaux may have been an influence. On the other hand the early eductional sip of Cos d'Estournel hadn't prevented me from drinking huge quantities of horrible cheap wine just to get pissed/borracho before I learned to differ Rioja from Bordeaux. Nowadays I'm finding it muy interesante how their history is interrelated.

Bodegas Marqués de Murrieta was founded by an aficionado of Bordeaux wines in 1852. He named the estate "Château Ygay", vinificated in small barrels (barrique) and después bottled the wine, both unknown before en España. Shortly afterwards viteus vitifoliae, a vermin aka phyloxeria caused havoc in France. Within a few years the majority of french vignobles was haunted by it and Bordeaux especially fucked up totalmente. 
France being France giving up wine drinking wasn't worth considering. Huge imports had to replace domestic supply. Which led to the golden age de La Rioja. This came to an end when efforts to overcome the plague by planting immune vine branches (first tried in Bordeaux) finally succeeded and french viticulture recovered.

Since then La Rioja had some more ups and downs. Spain's other regions have caught up and there were otras changes too many to mention en España and elsewhere. Hoy en día the traditional system of lengthy vinification and strict classification isn't sacrosanto anymore.

Anyway this Rioja tradicional is a great wine. The balance of wood, tannine and grape certainly doesn't come along daring, challenging or revolutionary. Grape means Tempranillo here (95%). Which does have sabores de fruto. I can taste strawberry and cherry. My point is when having the first sip no particular fruit is coming to my mind, it's Rioja. Old school (red) Rioja. Todavía me gusta mucho.

#winehistory #rioja #histoireduvin #bordeaux #tempranillo #reblaus #marquesdemurrieta #spanishwine #historiavino #viteusvitifoliae #larioja #ygay #phylloxera
Marqués de Murrieta Reserva 2008, Rioja, Spain Rioja remains the most famous spanish wine. The first spanish wine I ever drank conciously as such was a Rioja. Left a lasting impression on me. Back then I didn't know anything about wine let alone Spain. My father's passion for Bordeaux may have been an influence. On the other hand the early eductional sip of Cos d'Estournel hadn't prevented me from drinking huge quantities of horrible cheap wine just to get pissed/borracho before I learned to differ Rioja from Bordeaux. Nowadays I'm finding it muy interesante how their history is interrelated. Bodegas Marqués de Murrieta was founded by an aficionado of Bordeaux wines in 1852. He named the estate "Château Ygay", vinificated in small barrels (barrique) and después bottled the wine, both unknown before en España. Shortly afterwards viteus vitifoliae, a vermin aka phyloxeria caused havoc in France. Within a few years the majority of french vignobles was haunted by it and Bordeaux especially fucked up totalmente. France being France giving up wine drinking wasn't worth considering. Huge imports had to replace domestic supply. Which led to the golden age de La Rioja. This came to an end when efforts to overcome the plague by planting immune vine branches (first tried in Bordeaux) finally succeeded and french viticulture recovered. Since then La Rioja had some more ups and downs. Spain's other regions have caught up and there were otras changes too many to mention en España and elsewhere. Hoy en día the traditional system of lengthy vinification and strict classification isn't sacrosanto anymore. Anyway this Rioja tradicional is a great wine. The balance of wood, tannine and grape certainly doesn't come along daring, challenging or revolutionary. Grape means Tempranillo here (95%). Which does have sabores de fruto. I can taste strawberry and cherry. My point is when having the first sip no particular fruit is coming to my mind, it's Rioja. Old school (red) Rioja. Todavía me gusta mucho. #winehistory  #rioja  #histoireduvin  #bordeaux  #tempranillo  #reblaus  #marquesdemurrieta  #spanishwine  #historiavino  #viteusvitifoliae  #larioja  #ygay  #phylloxera 
It's wine o'clock..
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#strandcafé #altedonau #vienna #afraggalwein #reblaus 🍇
1967 – Colares – Collares – Viuva José Gomes da Silva&Filhos – Wurzelecht – Rarität . Das Aroma tief im Glas ist der Wahnsinn: Rote Früchte wie Kirschen und Gewürze wie Vanille entwickeln sich immer weiter, sodass der Genuss Stunden lang anhält. Auch über dem Glas sind ausgeprägte rote Noten präsent; hier jedoch süßer, wie Himbeeren. Eine starke Säure, reiche Tannine und ein superlanger Abgang runden diesen Megawein, der im Übrigen wurzelecht ist, ab. . michaelmagwein.wordpress.com/2016/05/06/1967-colares-collares-viuva-jose-gomes-da-silvafilhos-wurzelecht-raritaet . #Wein  #Weinblogger  #wine  #wineblog  #wineblogger  #Weinblog  #winelover  #tasting  #redwine  #Genuss  #winelovers  #Rotwein  #Colares  #Collares  #Portugal  #Wurzelecht  #Reblaus  #Reblauskatastrophe  #Verkostung  #Rarität  #rarity  #ungrafted  #Wow