Kabinett

Kabinett is a high quality German wine made from grapes which ferment without added sugar.
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Kabinett

German classification for quality wines mit pradikett ranking just below spatlese. Kabinett wines are relatively low in price, but sugar is never used in their production (which is a positive indicator for quality).
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kabinett

(Germany, Austria) The lowest category of wines in the Pr├Ądikat. The minimum required must weight varies from region to region, and when comparing Germany and Austria. In the Mosel, Germany's greatest wine region, the minimum must weight is 70 Oechsle. In Austria it is 17 KMW. The wines, unless from a rich vintage, tend to be dry and low in alcoho...
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Kabinett

Kabinett (literal meaning: cabinet), or sometimes Kabinettwein (literal meaning: a wine set aside in a cabinet), is a German language wine term for a wine which is made from fully ripened grapes of the main harvest, typically picked in September, and are usually made in a light style. In the German wine classification system, Kabinett is the lowes...
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Kabinett

German and Austrian wine quality level that the previously used term Cabinet for a special wine cellar at Eberbach Monastery back. In Germany Wine Cabinet is legally the lowest level of Pr
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Kabinett

German classification for quality wines ranking just below spaetlese. Kabinett wines are relatively low in price, but sugar is never used in their production (which is an indicator of quality).
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Kabinett

A German term for a wine of quality; usually the driest of Germany
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kabinett

Ger. The first level of German QmP wine made from ripe grapes. Generally among the driest of German wines, though this can vary. The term refers to the level of ripeness when harvested, not the amount of sugar in the finished wine.
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Kabinett

The first level of the German QmP rating system, indicating wine made from ripe berries that are not purposefully harvested late. This is the driest of all of the designations.
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