Visual wine guide: Find your favorite wine with aromas, weightiness and harmonies

 


 
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Riesling Niersteiner Pettenthal 2014 from Diana & Theo GEHRING , Rheinhessen
pineapple, acacia, pear, nectarine, banana, apricot, peach, spicy, in general , honey, crème brûlée, mineral, gooseberry, sage, acidity, overall impression, vanilla ...

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Riesling Niersteiner Pettenthal (2) 2010 from Diana & Theo GEHRING , Rheinhessen
nectarine, pineapple, apricot, litchi, passion fruit, peach, raisin, spicy, in general , honey, mineral, hay, grapefruit, carbonic acid, acidity, overall impression ...

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Spätburgunder Laumersheimer Kirschgarten 2012 from Mario ZELT , Pfalz
cassis, red cherry, blueberry, damson plum, elder, spicy, in general , pepper, clove, licorice, mineral, olive, thyme, acidity, overall impression, wood, overall impression, velvety tannins ...

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Grauer Burgunder Höhenflug 2014 from Thomas HENSEL , Pfalz
mango, banana, pear, apple, litchi, honey, spicy, in general , mineral, acidity, overall impression, wood, overall impression ...

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Grauer Burgunder Höhenflug (2) 2011 from Thomas HENSEL , Pfalz
banana, pear, litchi, apple, pineapple, mineral, acidity, overall impression, wood, overall impression, spicy, in general , honey ...

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Merlot Höhenflug 2012 from Thomas HENSEL , Pfalz
blackberry, cassis, plum, damson plum, spicy, in general , clove, chocolate, licorice, tobacco, black tea, cedar , velvety tannins, wood, overall impression, vanilla ...

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Merlot Höhenflug (2) 2009 from Thomas HENSEL , Pfalz
black cherry, blackberry, elder, cassis, damson plum, spicy, in general , clove, licorice, coffee, chocolate, mineral, velvety tannins, vanilla, wood, overall impression, cedar ...

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Rheingau-Riesling brut 2013 from Jochen NEHER , Rheingau
pineapple, fig, apple, pear, litchi, lemon, spicy, in general , honey, mineral, hay, grapefruit, acidity, overall impression, carbonic acid, subtle bubble ...

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Riesling 34, Lorcher Schlossberg 2014 from Jochen NEHER , Rheingau
apple, apricot, lemon, orange peel, Elderflower, pear, spicy, in general , honey, mineral, acidity, overall impression ...

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Spätburgunder Assmannshäuser Höllenberg (4) 2012 from Jochen NEHER , Rheingau
red cherry, black cherry, damson plum, blackberry, spicy, in general , clove, smoke, mineral, eucalyptus, olive, acidity, overall impression, wood, overall impression, bitter tannins, velvety tannins ...

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Visual flavour experience

A-B-C WineBalance is the enhancement and alternative to conventional wine evaluations (20- or 100-point rating, verbal description, medals) that enables you to use the visual depiction of the fundamental characteristics of a wine (flavours, harmony, balance, extrapolation of maturity) with your smartphone and tablet wherever a wine choice attracts interest.

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