Catalog 2012

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Catalog 2012

  1. 1. EastWest Wine brings fine German wine to you all over the world © EastWest Wine 2012
  2. 2. Whatever you think to know about German wine ‒ put it aside andengage in a new experience of taste.The wines, especially of the Southwest of Germany, are very rare andprecious. They are combining a long history with a young and modernlife ‒ so be part of it!On the following pages you will find a selection of extraordinary raritiesof wine. We hope, you will find your favorite wine for a lifetime! 2 © EastWest Wine 2012
  3. 3. The White Wines The Rosé Wines The Red Wines The Sparkling WinesBaden-Württemberg in the Southwest of Germany: The Lounge Wines The origin of our wines 3 © EastWest Wine 2012
  4. 4. Riesling - A tradition in GermanyWine: Riesling trocken QbAOrigin: Winzer vom Weinsberger Tal, Württemberg, GermanyVintage: 2011Grape: RieslingTaste: dryAlcohol: 11,5 % by vol.Bottle: 750 mlBest temperature to enjoy: 8 - 12° CBackground:Riesling is one of the worlds great white-wine grape varieties. Grown around the world, it is best-known as the source of the best-quality wines from Germany.For this wine best grapes of Kabinett quality are beeing used.Color and Flavor:This Riesling is of a fine raciness and has elegant aromas like peaches. The refreshing acidity gives awonderful impression on the palate.Food and Wine Pairings:Our suggestions are shellfish, fish, soups, salads, fowl, game birds, veal, rabbit, pork, sausages, ham,pâtés, lamb and mild, medium or full flavored cheese. 4 © EastWest Wine 2012
  5. 5. Riesling Kabinett - A pleasure for every dayWine: Riesling Kabinett QmPOrigin: Löwensteiner Wohlfahrtsberg, Württemberg, GermanyVintage: 2011Grape: RieslingTaste: semi-dryAlcohol: 11,0 % by vol.Bottle: 750 mlBest temperature to enjoy: 10 - 12° CBackground:Riesling is one of the worlds great white-wine grape varieties. Grown around the world, it is best-known as the source of the best-quality wines from Germany.Color and Flavor:This Riesling has little spice and instead relies on its delicate aromas like peaches and subtle flavors.Mild residual sweetness is so well balanced by elegant acidity that this wine has a smooth impressionon the palate.Food and Wine Pairings:Our suggestions are shellfish, fish, soups, salads, fowl, game birds, veal, rabbit, pork, sausages, ham,pâtés, and mild or medium flavored cheese. 5 © EastWest Wine 2012
  6. 6. Riesling Noblesse - A hidden jewel in WürttembergWine: Riesling Noblesse QbAOrigin: Löwensteiner Wohlfahrtsberg, Württemberg, GermanyVintage: 2009Grape: RieslingTaste: dryAlcohol: 13,0 % by vol.Bottle: 750 mlBest temperature to enjoy: 10 - 12° CBackground:Riesling is one of the worlds great white-wine grape varieties. Grown around the world, it is best-known as the source of the best-quality wines from Germany.All wines of our Noblesse line are matured in wooden casks.Color and Flavor:This Riesling has little spice and instead relies on its delicate aromas like peaches and subtle flavors.Mild residual sweetness is so well balanced by refreshing acidity that this wine has a dry impression onthe palate.Food and Wine Pairings:Our suggestions are shellfish, fish, soups, salads, fowl, game birds, veal, rabbit, pork, sausages, ham,pâtés, lamb, game and mild, medium or full flavored cheese. 6 © EastWest Wine 2012
  7. 7. Kerner Kabinett - The innovation of wine in Württemberg willbecome a classicWine: Kerner Kabinett QmPOrigin: Löwenstein, Württemberg, GermanyVintage: 2011Grape: KernerTaste: semi-dryAlcohol: 11,0 % by vol.Bottle: 750 mlBest temperature to enjoy: 10 - 12° CBackground:Kerner is a German cross between Trollinger and Riesling. It was bred in the heart of Württembergswine region at the Weinbauschule Weinsberg (LVWO) in 1969. It is ideal for growing in the specialclimate in Württemberg and some other regions in Germany.Color and Flavor:Kerner is an easygoing wine with a very delicate aroma, a little bit spicy with a long fruity finish.Food and Wine Pairings:Our suggestions are shellfish, soups, salads, pasta, egg, rice and soy, pizza, sandwiches, varietymeats, fowl, veal, rabbit, pork, sausages, ham, pâtés and medium or full flavored cheese. 7 © EastWest Wine 2012
  8. 8. Trollinger Blanc de Noir - The traditional wine of Württembergnew defined for young peopleWine: Trollinger Blanc de NoirOrigin: Winzer vom Weinsberger Tal, Württemberg, GermanyVintage: 2011Grape: TrollingerTaste: semi-dryAlcohol: 11,0 % by vol.Bottle: 750 mlBest temperature to enjoy: 10 - 12° CBackground:Trollinger Blanc de Noir is part of a very new line of wines called "Junge Linie". This means literallyYoung Line and is dedicated to the attitude to life of a young generation. This Young Line provides toyou a broad diversity of taste, from a firm Dornfelder to the Traminer and Muscat.We have selected for you the Trollinger Blanc de Noir, which is a rosé wine from the Trollinger. It isproduced with the skin contact method. So there arised a wonderful pleasure for your palate.Color and Flavor:Trollinger Blanc de Noir has the nuances of red color of the Trollinger within a light rosé wine. It hasthe typical fruity note of the Trollinger with fine and elegant fruity aromas.Food and Wine Pairings:Our suggestions are shellfish, fish, soups, salads, fowl, veal, rabbit, pork, sausages, ham, pâtés andmild, medium or full flavored cheese. 8 © EastWest Wine 2012
  9. 9. Lemberger Weissherbst - An elegant tradition in WürttembergWine: Lemberger Weissherbst trocken QbAOrigin: Löwenstein, Württemberg, GermanyVintage: 2011Grape: LembergerTaste: dryAlcohol: 12,5 % by vol.Bottle: 750 mlBest temperature to enjoy: 8 - 12° CBackground:Lemberger Weissherbst is a rosé wine. It is produced with the skin contact method. Black-skinned gra-pes of the Lemberger are crushed and the skins are allowed to remain in contact with the juice for ashort period. The must is then pressed, and the skins are discarded rather than left in contact throug-hout fermentation as with the making of the red Lemberger. The skins contain much of tannin andother taste influencing ingredients. The wine is closer to a white than a red wine. The longer the skinsare in contact with the juice, the more intense the color of the final Lemberger gets.Color and Flavor:Lemberger Weissherbst has a wonderful intensely rosé color. This Weissherbst is a very elegant winewith a dry accent.Food and Wine Pairings:Our suggestions are shellfish, fish, soups, salads, pasta with salmon, fowl, veal, rabbit, pork, sausages,ham, pâtés and mild, medium or full flavored cheese.Our special suggestion is to pair Lemberger Weissherbst with another speciality of Germany, the whiteasparagus. 9 © EastWest Wine 2012
  10. 10. Lemberger Noblesse - A pure tradition in WürttembergWine: Lemberger Noblesse trocken QbAOrigin: Löwenstein, Württemberg, GermanyVintage: 2009Grape: LembergerTaste: dryAlcohol: 13,0 % by vol.Bottle: 750 mlBest temperature to enjoy: 15 - 19° CBackground:Lemberger is also known as Blaufränkisch and Limberger. This wine has a long history in Württemberg.The German name Lemberger points to its origin on the Danube River as it came from the principalityLimberg in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, what is now in Slovakia.Red wines are fermented on the skins. Wines of the Noblesse line are made of selected grape materialfrom old vine branches and are matured in wooden casks. The results are top quality wines, full-bodiedand rich in extract.Color and Flavor:Lemberger Noblesse has a dark red color with plenty of cooked fruit and berry flavor. Light tannin gi-ves an elegant note with a long finish with a hint of spiciness.Food and Wine Pairings:Our suggestions are pasta, pizza and sandwiches, variety meats, pork, sausages, ham, pâtés, beef,lamb, game and full flavored cheese. 10 © EastWest Wine 2012
  11. 11. Regent Noblesse - The modern WürttembergerWine: Regent Noblesse trocken QbAOrigin: Löwenstein, Württemberg, GermanyVintage: 2009Grape: RegentTaste: dryAlcohol: 13,0 % by vol.Bottle: 750 mlBest temperature to enjoy: 16 - 19° CBackground:This new grape is very similar in character to the Lemberger. The wine is deep in color and has a mo-derate tannin level. Regent is planted primarily in good vineyards. It combines seductive aroma, astrong structure and a long finish like a Lemberger.Red wines are fermented on the skins. Wines of the Noblesse line are made of selected grape materialfrom old vine branches and are matured in wooden casks. The results are top quality wines, full-bodiedand rich in extract.Color and Flavor:At best, the wine produced only of selected ripe fruit is harmonious, with distinct fruit aromas, a firmstructure and a good finish.Regents color is intensive purple red with moderate acidity and tannin and unveil aromas of blueberry.This is a wine with the sanguineness of the South.Food and Wine Pairings:Depending on vinification and aging, Regent goes well with braised or stewed pork as well as beefserved with rich, flavorful sauces. It is also perfect with spicy pasta dishes.Other suggestions are game birds, sausages, ham, pâtés, lamb, game and mild, medium or fullflavored cheese. 11 © EastWest Wine 2012
  12. 12. Samtrot - The velvety WürttembergWine: Samtrot QbAOrigin: Eberstadt, Württemberg, GermanyVintage: 2009Grape: Samtrot, Pinot Noir var.Taste: semi-dryAlcohol: 13,0 % by vol.Bottle: 750 mlBest temperature to enjoy: 16 - 19° CBackground:Samtrot is a member of the Pinot family. Its name ‒ literally translated "red velvet" ‒ derives from itsvelvety softness. Samtrot was not only discovered in Württemberg, but this is the only region in whichit is grown. It shares the same high demands on climate and soil as its other Pinot counterparts. In ge-neral, it is not a very prolific variety.Color and Flavor:Samtrot is similar in character to its Pinot counterparts, and in terms of color and taste, do credit to itsname. Its harmonious acidity lends it a velvety texture. Samtrot wines have a warm red color and anaroma of raspberry and cherry.Food and Wine Pairings:Samtrot is a perfectly going with lamb or roasted beef and mild spicy cheese. Other suggestions aresalads, game birds, pork, sausages, ham, pâtés and game. 12 © EastWest Wine 2012
  13. 13. Trollinger - The famous wine of WürttembergWine: Trollinger trocken QbAOrigin: Löwenstein, Württemberg, GermanyVintage: 2010Grape: TrollingerTaste: dryAlcohol: 13,0 % by vol.Bottle: 750 mlBest temperature to enjoy: 15 - 19° CBackground:In Germany, the late ripening Trollinger is almost solely cultivated in Württemberg. Württemberg is anarea in the Southwest of Germany, in the heart of Europe. Trollinger is the same grape known as Ver-natsch in Southern Tyrol, Italy. There is a long history in viticulturing Trollinger. The first Trollinger ca-me with the Romans to Germany. Over the past centuries, this agreeable wine has become the famouswine of Württemberg.Color and Flavor:Trollinger wine is tile-red in color. This wine is light, fruity and ready to drink soon after the harvest ‒it doesn´t require years of aging. Its delicate aroma hints at red currants in combination with a slightbitter almond tone in the finish.Food and Wine Pairings:Trollinger nicely complements hearty dishes. Naturally, Württembergers also drink their famous beve-rage with snacks between meals, and it is frequently served at barbecues during the summer months ‒and if you want as a well chilled, more flavorful alternative to a rosé.Other suggestions are soups, salads, pasta, egg, rice and soy, pizza, sandwiches, variety meats, fowl,game birds, veal, rabbit, pork, sausages, ham, pâtés, beef, lamb, game and medium or full flavoredcheese. 13 © EastWest Wine 2012
  14. 14. LEO süss rot Cuvée - An easygoing delicious treatWine: LEO süss rot Cuvée QbAOrigin: Löwenstein, Württemberg, GermanyVintage: 2009Grape: Cuvée of selected red winesTaste: fruityAlcohol: 9,5 % by vol.Bottle: 750 mlBest temperature to enjoy: 6 - 8° CBackground:Cuvées have a young tradition in Löwenstein. These are all composed from careful selected wines ofLöwenstein. LEO süss rot Cuvée is made to give a maximum of uncomplicated easygoing pleasure toyou.Color and Flavor:LEO süss rot Cuvée is an elegant, wonderful vigorous, firm and full-bodied wine with dark red color anda sweet and fruity finish.Food and Wine Pairings:LEO süss rot Cuvée is a very good aperitif or the right choice to enjoy it to the dessert. 14 © EastWest Wine 2012
  15. 15. Sparkling Wine Trollinger Rosé Secco - The traditional wineof Württemberg with a touch of the SouthWine: Trollinger Rosé Secco QbAOrigin: Winzer vom Weinsberger Tal, Württemberg, GermanyVintage: 2011Grape: TrollingerTaste: semi-dryAlcohol: 12,0 % by vol.Bottle: 750 mlBest temperature to enjoy: 10 - 12° CBackground:This sparkling wine Trollinger Rosé Secco is also part of the new "Junge Linie", literally „Young Line".The base wine is a rosé wine from the Trollinger. This is produced with the skin contact method. Theoutcome of this is a extremely popular sparkling wine for modern people.Color and Flavor:Trollinger Rosé Secco has the aroma of red currants as the Trollinger. Its color is elegantly salmon witha racy note.Food and Wine Pairings:Trollinger Rosé Secco is perfect to appetizers like pasta or as an aperitif, or simply to make a wonderfulsunset to an extraordinary experience.Other suggestions are shellfish, salads and mild cheese. 15 © EastWest Wine 2012
  16. 16. Sparkling Wine Schwarzriesling Weissherbst - A tradition ofWürttemberg, composed to a sparkling wine, to celebrate aspecial momentWine: Schwarzriesling Weissherbst trocken QbAOrigin: Eberstädter Eberfürst, Eberstadt, Württemberg, GermanyVintage: 2010Grape: Schwarzriesling (aka Pinot Meunier)Taste: dryAlcohol: 11,5 % by vol.Bottle: 750 mlBest temperature to enjoy: 10 - 12° CBackground:The base wine is Schwarzriesling Weissherbst. This is a rosé wine. It is produced with the skin contactmethod. Black-skinned grapes of the Schwarzriesling are crushed and the skins are allowed to remainin contact with the juice for a short period in time. The must is then pressed, and the skins arediscarded rather than left in contact throughout fermentation as with red Schwarzriesling making. Theskins contain much of tannin and other taste influencing ingredients. The wine is more like a whitewine. The longer the skins are in contact with the juice, the more intense the color of the finalSchwarzriesling gets. The base wine is from one grape, one single vineyard and exclusively onevintage. So it is of very unique quality. The resulting sparkling wine is produced similar to the methodwhich is used for making Champagners.Color and Flavor:Sparkling Wine Schwarzriesling Weissherbst is very inspiring, an elegant and very harmoniouscompanion in any celebration, festivity or occasion.Food and Wine Pairings:Sparkling Wine Schwarzriesling Weissherbst is a very good aperitif. 16 © EastWest Wine 2012
  17. 17. Lounge White - The white summer wineWine: Lounge White Cuvée QbAOrigin: Winzer vom Weinsberger Tal, Württemberg, GermanyVintage: 2010Grape: Cuvée of Riesling, Silvaner and TraminerTaste: semi-dryAlcohol: 11,5 % by vol.Bottle: 750 mlBest temperature to enjoy: 10 - 12° CBackground:This cuvée is dedicated to enjoy a great summer evening by looking to a wonderful sunset, listeningeasygoing music and drinking this light and uncomplicated wine. This is the moment to chill out andexchange impressions with like-minded fellow visitors.Color and Flavor:This white cuvée is lively and spritzy with an exotic touch.Food and Wine Pairings:Our suggestions are shellfish, fish, soups, salads and vegetables. 17 © EastWest Wine 2012
  18. 18. Lounge Rosé - The rosé summer wineWine: Lounge Rosé Cuvée QbAOrigin: Winzer vom Weinsberger Tal, Württemberg, GermanyVintage: 2010Grape: Cuvée of Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir and Lemberger WeissherbstTaste: semi-dryAlcohol: 11,5 % by vol.Bottle: 750 mlBest temperature to enjoy: 8 - 10° CBackground:This cuvée is dedicated to enjoy a wonderful sunset and listen easygoing music. Lounge Rosé is theright companion for a nice evening at the terace.Color and Flavor:This rosé cuvée is fresh, lively and tart in a fine way, easygoing and simply marvelous.Food and Wine Pairings:Our suggestions are salads, pasta, pizza and sandwiches. 18 © EastWest Wine 2012
  19. 19. Lounge Red - The red summer wineWine: Lounge Red Cuvée QbAOrigin: Winzer vom Weinsberger Tal, Württemberg, GermanyVintage: 2009Grape: Cuvée of Regent, Lemberger and Pinot NoirTaste: dryAlcohol: 12,5 % by vol.Bottle: 750 mlBest temperature to enjoy: 14 - 18° CBackground:Lounge Red is a very pleasant cuvée of some of the best wines of Württemberg. It will become yourcompanion to a fitting end to the day. Enjoy the evening the easy way, sharing news and memorieswith friends!Color and Flavor:This wonderful red cuvée is very elegant, full bodied with fine tannin. In the glass it has an intensedark purple color. Lounge Red is a treat to the most demanding palates.Food and Wine Pairings:Our suggestions are pork, beef, game and full flavored cheese. 19 © EastWest Wine 2012
  20. 20. Lounge Prestige dry - The extra ordinary red summer wineWine: Lounge Lemberger Prestige trocken QbAOrigin: Winzer vom Weinsberger Tal, Württemberg, GermanyVintage: 2008Grape: LembergerTaste: dryAlcohol: 13,0 % by vol.Bottle: 750 mlBest temperature to enjoy: 17 - 19° CBackground:This cuvée is dedicated to enjoy a great summer evening. The day will come to an end with a barbecuefor friends and an enjoyable party. Lounge Prestige dry is the perfect companion to allow the day towind down.Color and Flavor:Lounge Prestige dry has a dark red color with plenty of cooked fruit and berry flavor. Light tannin givesan elegant note with a long finish and a hint of spiciness. This wine is full-bodied and rich in extract.Food and Wine Pairings:Our suggestions are pork, ham and pâtés, beef, game and full flavored cheese. 20 © EastWest Wine 2012
  21. 21. East West Wine - Great Taste Georg Neumann Managing Director Ferdinand-Porsche-Strasse 2 D - 71154 Nufringen Postal and goods delivery: Teckstrasse 11 Fon +49 (0) 70 34 - 27 70 62 2 Fax +49 (0) 70 34 - 27 76 73 4 Mail contact@eastwest-wine.com Internet www.eastwest-wine.com21 © EastWest Wine 2012

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