Trockenbeerenauslese is the highest in sugar content in the Prädikatswein category of the Austrian and German wine classifications. Trockenbeerenauslese wines, often called "TBA" for short, are made from individually selected grapes affected by noble rot, i.e. "botrytized" grapes.
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Standard Recioto della Valpolicella can be made from anywhere within the wider Valpolicella zone, but those from the viticulturally superior Classico and Valpantena sub-zones may be labeled as such. The recioto production process creates a vinous by-product of sorts: dried grape skins.
There are more than 200 varieties in the muscat wine family, but only one is used to make Rutherglen Muscat - the high quality Muscat a Petits Grains Rouge (muscat with little red berries). The local winemakers refer to it simply as Rutherglen Brown Muscat.
Seven Daughters Moscato is a delicious wine made from 100% Muscat grapes sourced from northern Italy. This effervescent, bright white wine has a sweet floral aroma with peach and honey notes. Well-balanced with a refined fruitiness, the natural fragrance and flavor of the Moscato grape shine for a delightful, refreshing sip.
Aszu wines are made by pressing the grapes shriveled by botrytis into a paste and then blending that paste with a still wine. Moderately sweet wines contained three puttonyos of paste while a sweeter wine contained four, and so on. Nowadays the puttonyos statement refers simply to the level of residual sugar in the wine.
Once opened Ports can last from a day (Vintage Port) to several weeks for Ruby Ports and several months for a Tawny Port. When serving Port, try to keep the serving temperature right around 60-65 degrees. Serving Port wine with a slight chill will lift the aromatics and focus the innate fruit and flavor components.