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Tauberschwarz (Germany)

Tauberschwarz is a red wine grape from Tauberfranken in Germany.

Typical Flavors


Strawberry
Strawberry
Raspberry
Raspberry
Red Cherry
Red
Cherry
Black Cherry
Black
Cherry

Violets
Violets
Herbs
Herbs
Spices
Spices
Cinnamon
Cinnamon

Red Fruit and Cherries are typical Tauberschwarz flavors.

With hints of bittersweet Herbs and Spices.

Profile

Tauberschwarz wines are Light and Fruity:

BODYLight
TANNINSLow
FRUITMedium - High
ACIDITYMedium - High
Serving temperature:
14-16°C (57-61°F)

Food Pairing


Mushroom
Mushroom
Pasta
Pasta
Risotto
Risotto
Sausages
Sausages

Pizza
Pizza
Sandwich
Sandwich
Hamburger
Hamburger
Chicken
Chicken

Duck
Duck
Pork
Pork
Veal
Veal
Chili
Chili

Tauberschwarz pairs best with light (white) meat and acidic sauces.

Pairing Suggestions

Excellent Pairing:
German. Austrian. Hungarian.
German Sausages.
Wiener Schnitzel.
Soups. Goulash.
Stews. Beef Burgundy.
Mushroom Pasta. Risotto.
Pizza. Sandwitch. Hamburger.
Spicy Asian. Spicy Mexican.

Cheese:
Soft Cheese. Goat Cheese.
Comté. Brie. Camembert.
Semi Hard Cheese.
Emmental. Edam. Swiss. Gauda. Jarlsberg.

If You Like Tauberschwarz

You Will Also Like:

Bardolino (Italy)
Beaujolais (France)
Blauburgunder (Austria)
Blaufränkisch (Austria)
Cinsault (France)
Etna Rosso (Italy)
Gamay (France)
Lambrusco (Italy)
Pinot Nero (Italy)
St.Laurent (Austria)
Trollinger (Germany)
Valpolicella (Italy)
Vernatch (Italy)
Zweigelt (Austria)

The Ideal Glass

The Burgundy glass is perfect for a light and fruity red wine.

The glass is broader than other red wine glasses.

The larger bowl has the function of accumulating the aromas of delicate red wines. It also allows a proper swirling, channeling aromas upward.

In addition, the style of the glass directs the wine to the tip of your tongue for a better reception of the tastes.

About Tauberschwarz

Tauberschwarz owes its name to Taubertal in Baden-Württemberg, where it has been cultivated since the 16th century.

In 1950 it was considered to be extinct, but the Weinberg Institute made it possible to revive it from 400 old vines found.

The grape was officially recognized in 1996 and grows mainly in Württemberg.

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