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"Federweisser" kicks off Wine Season'14

Federweisser is a young wine with an alcoholic strength between 4 & 10% which looks cloudy. Due to the carbonation, Federweisser tastes quite refreshing, not unlike a light grape soda or a sweet sparkling wine.

It has its name from the German words feather "Feder" & white "weiss", the appearance of the suspended yeast. In Switzerland, it is called

"Sauser or Suser" and in Austria "Storm". Federweisser is loved in the region, enjoyed with savoury food "Zwiebelkuchen" a speciality like onion tart or "Schmalzbrot" and tastes best when it comes fresh from the vine-dresser and you join the crowd in the "Weingarten".

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