|The Princesses and two (?) Bacchuses (thought there was only one!)|
|Princesses in action|
- Welcome Sekt: Weissburgunder Extra Dry, Heim'sche Sektkellerei (Neustadt)
- 2009 Weissburgunder, Bergolt-Reif&Nett (Duttweiler)
- 2009 Grauer Burgunder Kabinett halbtrocken,Weinland Koenigsbach (Koenigsbach)
- 2009 Mussbacher Eselshaut, Riesling Kabinett trocken (Mussbach)
- 2009 Muskateller Spätlese, Weingut Andres (Lachen-Speyerdorf)
- 2007 Rieslaner Spätlese, Weingut Weegmüller (Haardt)
- 2008 Cabernet Dorsa, Weingut Haigis (Geinsheim)
- 2007 Gimmeldinger Meerspinne Cabernet Sauvignon, Daniel Hauck (Gimmeldingen)
- 2008 Cuvée Nicolaus trocken, Weingut Stortz-Nicolaus (Diedesfeld)
- 2008 Chardonnay Beerenauslese, Weingut Sommer (Hambach)
Me, personally, I would have loved to see more dry wines, not so many off-dry ones. A sparkling wine under Brut is not really 'my thing'. But, it most likely reflects the wine style that many of the guests prefer. I found the Muskateller and the Chardonnay Beerenauslese most interesting. The quality of the wines was certainly good and it is well worth looking closer at those wineries.
I was sitting besides Herr Nebel, the 'mayor' (Ortsvorsteher) of Geinsheim. He owns a hair salon where he offers wines from the wineries of Geinsheim in small glasses. A nice opportunity to do a little wine tasting while at the coiffeur, don't you think! And if you found your wine, you can also buy it there - at winery prices.
|Wine Princess Natascha of Koenigsbach|
|What's a princess without her Bacchus|
|Koenigsbach, home of the famous IDIG|
Thank you, your highnesses for a fun evening!