Thursday, November 1, 2018

UPCOMING Tours/ Wine Dinners/ Tastings - Annette and Christian Schiller/ ombiasyPR & WineTours/ schiller-wine, Germany, France, USA (Issued: November 1, 2018)

Picture: Annette and Christian Schiller in Singapore

Below is a list of the wine tours, wine dinners and wine tastings planned by Annette and Christian Schiller/ ombiasyPR & WineTours/ schiller-wine for the coming months.

For questions concerning the ombiasy wine tours please consult the ombiasy website.

For all other events please send me (cschiller@schiller-wine.com) or Annette (aschiller@ombiasypr.com) an e-mail.

November 2018

Buffalo, New York State, November 1 - 3: Tastings at the National Conference of the American Wine Society led by Annette Schiller. See: American Wine Society and The 2017 American Wine Society National Conference in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania, USA: Seen Through Christian Schiller's Camera Lens

Session 1: A Journey through the Rhône Valley
Session 2: "Abbey Wines": The Importance of the Monasteries for the Development of Viticulture
Session 3: Pinot Noir in Burgundy/ France and Germany

Washington DC, Tuesday, November 6: German Wines in the 21st Century - Tasting at the Washington DC Wine and Cheese Seminar, led by Annette Schiller

December 2018

Frankfurt, Germany: Tasting the Best of Virginia Wines in Frankfurt - Virginia Governor's Cup Case 2017. See: Tasting the Best of Virginia Wines in Frankfurt, Germany, with Stuart Pigott: Virginia Governor's Cup Case 2016

January 2019

Washington DC, USA, January 4: A Journey through the Rhône Valley - Tasting at the American Wine Society ( Northern Virginia Chapter), led by Annette Schiller

Washington DC, USA, January 11, 2019: The Renaissance of  Terroir in German Wine - Tasting at the German Wine Society ( Washington DC Chapter), led by Annette Schiller

February 2019

Frankfurt, Germany: Tasting Aged American Red Wines (Cabernet Sauvignon/ Merlot) 

March 2019

April 2019

Rheingau, Mittelrhein, Ahr, Mosel, Nahe: Germany-North Tour 2019. See: Germany-North Tour 2017 by ombiasy WineTours: Quintessential German Riesling and the Northernmost Pinot Noir

May 2019

June 2019

Alsace, France, June 18 - 22: Alsace Tour 2019 (Weinfreundeskreis Hochheim)

July 2019 

August 2019 

September 2019  

Bordeaux, France, September 2019: 2019 Bordeaux Tour by ombiasy WineTours. See: Total Immersion in Bordeaux: World Class Wines and Exquisite French Gourmet Cuisine - Bordeaux Tour 2017 by ombiasy WineTours, France


schiller-wine: Related Postings

Ombiasy Wine Tours 2018: 3 x France and 3 x Germany - Ombiasy Newsletter December 2017

Total Immersion in Bordeaux: World Class Wines and Exquisite French Gourmet Cuisine - Bordeaux Tour 2017 by ombiasy WineTours, France

The 2017 American Wine Society National Conference in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania, USA: Seen Through Christian Schiller's Camera Lens

Germany-North Tour 2017 by ombiasy WineTours: Quintessential German Riesling and the Northernmost Pinot Noir

Saturday, October 27, 2018

Announcement: Abbey Wines, Pinot Noir from Germany and Burgundy, Rhône Valley - 3 Tastings led by Annette Schiller of ombiasy PR and WineTours at the National Conference of the American Wine Society (AWS) in Buffalo, New York State, November 1 to 3, 2018

Picture: National Conference of the American Wine Society (AWS) in Buffalo, New York State, November 1 to 3, 2018

Annette Schiller, President of ombiasy PR and WineTours and member of the American Wine Society, will lead 3 wine tastings - Abbey Wines, Pinot Noir from Germany and Burgundy, Rhône Valley - at the forthcoming Annual Meetings of the American Wine Society. In addition, Annette and Christian Schiller will pour a selection of German wines at the Showcase of Wines event during the second evening.

Picture: Annette and Christian Schiller in London at the Royal Opera House

The tastings are sponsored by ombiasy WineTours and the wine producers whose wines are being presented or their US importers.

The 2018 American Wine Society Annual Meetings will take place in Buffalo, New York State, from November 1 to 3, 2018.

More than 500 members from all over the USA are coming to this 3-day event, filled with tastings, seminars and presentations.

Pictures: Peter Mondavi Jr. at the ombiasy WineTours Booth during the 2016 Amrican Wine Society National Meetings in California. See: The 2016 American Wine Society National Conference in California, USA: Seen Through Christian Schiller's Camera Lens

The American Wine Society

The American Wine Society was founded in 1967 as a non-profit, educational, consumer-oriented organization for those interested in learning more about all aspects of wine. On October 7, 1967, around 200 grape growers, home winemakers, and wine lovers gathered at Dr. Konstantin Frank’s vineyard on Keuka Lake near Hammondsport, NY for the AWS’ initial meeting.

In December of the same year, the thirteen charter members, led by Founder Dr. Konstantin Frank, met to determine the organization structure of AWS and elect officers. Now in its 49th year, the American Wine Society is the largest consumer based wine education organization in North America. Membership is open to anyone interested in wine and over 21 years of age.

In the early days, AWS members were located primarily in the eastern part of the country. As the society grew , we established chapters throughout the eastern U.S., then into the south and Midwest, and finally into western states. Today, the American Wine Society has over 5,000 members in 45 states and 120 chapters across the U.S.

Each November the Society hosts a three-day national conference with two full days of nearly 50 educational seminars to choose from. Winery owners, wine educators, and renowned wine makers are selected to present sessions during this national event. In addition, a program educating members to become AWS certified wine judges is conducted on the day preceding the seminars.

Annette Schiller's Presentations

“Abbey Wines”: The Importance of the Monasteries for the Development of Viticulture

A-6: Room 101 C
Class Maximum 96

Annette Schiller, Owner, Ombiasy PR & Wine Tours

Without the work of monks and sisters, viticulture would not have developed the way it did and would not have become a part of fine living. Monasteries were always a center of intellectual curiosity and thirst for knowledge. They had huge holdings on farmland and vineyards - mostly gifts of rich aristocrats. The abbeys always were and still are self-sufficient and had to work in agriculture to sustain their living. Therefore, the monks not only focused on religious studies but also on studying better methods in farming and viticulture.

Annette will pour the following wines:

01) 2015 Bourgogne Pinot Noir, Louis Latour, Burgundy, France
02) 2015 Bermatinger Spätburgunder, Markgraf von Baden, Bodensee, Baden, Germany
03) 2015 Riesling, Abtei Sankt Hildegard, Rheingau, Germany
04) 2016 Grüner Veltliner, Stift Klosterneuburg, Wachau, Austria
05) 2016 Saalhäuser Weisser Riesling, Kloster Pforta, Saale-Unstrut, Germany
06) 2017 Steinberger, Riesling, Spätlese, Kloster Eberbach, Rheingau, Gemany

See also: Annette Schiller Presented "Abbey Wines" at the German Wine Society (Washington DC Chapter), USA

Pictures: Tour of  Weingut Kloster Eberbach and Steinberg Vineyard. See: Kloster Eberbach in the Rheingau: Lunch, Tour of the Abbey, the Steinberg and the Steinbergkeller, with Tasting - Germany-North Tour 2017 by ombiasy WineTours

Burgundy Pinot Noir and German Pinot Noir: Differences and Similarities

D-3: Room 101 A&H -
Class Maximum 80

Annette Schiller, Owner, Ombiasy PR & Wine Tours

Germany is in the midst of a red wine revolution. Thirty years ago, red wine production amount to 10 percent of the wine produced, now it is almost 40 percent. Germany is now the third-largest producer world-wide of Pinot Noir. Burgundy and the German Pinot wine regions can look back on a long common history and both share a very similar soil profile. The Pinot Noir grape produces terroir-driven wines, and we will explore the similarities and differences of Pinot Noir from Burgundy and Germany.

Annette will pour 6 wines:

01) 2014 Spätburgunder, Weingut Jülg, Schweigen, Pfalz
02) 2014 Pinot Noir, Savigny-Les-Beaune, Albert Bichot, Burgundy
03) 2012 Spätburgunder, Alte Reben, Weingut Bernhard Huber, Malterdingen, Baden, Germany
04) 2012 Pinot Noir, Beaune Grèves, Louis Jadot, Burgundy
05) 2015 Spätburgunder, Assmannshäuser Höllenberg, Crescentia, Hessische Staatsweingüter Kloster Eberbach, Rheingau, Germany
06) 2015 Pinot Noir, 1er Cru Les Porêts-Saint-Georges, Nuits-Saint-Georges, Domaine Faiveley, Burgundy

Picture: Annette Schiller in Gevry-Chambertin. See also: Burgundy (and Champagne) 2016 Tour by ombiasy WineTours: From Lyon to Reims - Wine, Food, Culture and History

Pictures: Tasting at Weingut Bernhard Huber in Baden with Julian Huber. See also: Tasting at Weingut Bernhard Huber in Baden, with Yquem Viehauser and Julian Huber – Germany-South Tour by ombiasy WineTours (2015)

A Journey through the Rhône Valley

G-3: Room 101 A&H –
Class Maximum 80

Annette Schiller, Owner, Ombiasy PR & Wine Tours

The Rhône Valley is one of the oldest wine regions in France and the second largest after Bordeaux. The Greeks introduced viticulture in the 4th century B.C. Since then, the world has discovered Rhône wines, and some of the most famous wines of the world come from the Rhône Valley. The vineyards are located on both sides of the river. The Rhône Valley is divided into two distinctively different regions: the Northern Rhône and the Southern Rhône. We will taste wines from both regions and explore the differences.

See also:
Rhône Valley Tour December 2017: From Lyon to Avignon - Wine, Food, Culture, History
Understanding the Wines of the Rhône Valley: The Classification - AOC/ Vin de Pay/ Vin de France The Rhône Wine Region in Southern France and its Wines: History, Classification, Northern and Southern Rhône

Pictures: 2018 Rhône Valley Tour by ombiasy WineTours.

Annette will pour 6 wines:

01) 2017 St.Cosme, IGP Vaucluse Les Deux Abions Blancs
02) 2017 Perrin, Côte du Rhône Reserve Blanc
03) 2014 Guigal, Côte du Rhône
04) 2015 Domaine Belle, Crozes-Hermitag, Les Pierelles
04) 2016 Domaine des Pasquiers, Côte du Rhône Village, Sablet
05) 2015 Bastide St. Vincent Vacqueyras
06) 2015 Château la Nerthe, Châteauneuf du Pape

Showcase of Wines

Friday 7:30pm - 9:30pm

Annette and Christian will pour a selection of German wines, both red and white.

Annette Schiller's Presentations at the 2016 American Wine Society Annual Meetings in California

The 2016 American Wine Society National Conference in California, USA: Seen Through Christian Schiller's Camera Lens

The New Germany: Red, Sparkling and Dry - Tasting at the American Wine Society 2016 National Conference in Los Angeles, USA, led by Annette Schiller

The New Classification of German Wines: The VDP Classification - Annette Schiller Conducting a Seminar at the 2016 National Convention of the American Wine Society in Los Angeles, USA

The Insider’s View of Charles Krug Winery - Peter Mondavi Jr., Co-Proprietor, Charles Krug Winery

Château Climens, Premier Cru Barsac and Savory Dishes…who knew? - Bérénice Lurton, Owner of Château Climens and Tony Lawrence, Global Food & Wine Pairing Specialist

Annette Schiller's Presentations at the 2017 American Wine Society Annual Meetings in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania

The 2017 American Wine Society National Conference in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania, USA: Seen Through Christian Schiller's Camera Lens

Showcase of Wines at the 2017 National Conference of the American Wine Society: Annette and Christian Schiller Present German/ VDP/ Loosen Bros. USA Wines

A Journey through the Vineyards of Alsace - A Tasting Seminar at the National Conference 2017 of the American Wine Society, led by Annette Schiller (ombiasyPR & WineTours)

Burgundy: What makes it so Special? - A Tasting Seminar at the 2017 American Wine Society National Conference in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania, led by Annette Schiller (ombiasyPR & WineTours)

German Wines in the 21st Century - A Tasting Seminar at the 2017 American Wine Society National Conference in in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania, led by Annette Schiller (ombiasyPR & WineTours)

schiller-wine: Related Postings

Ombiasy Wine Tours 2018: 3 x France and 3 x Germany - Ombiasy Newsletter December 2017

Chardonnay: Germany versus Chablis - Salon Tasting at Schiller's Home, USA

The New Germany – Red, Dry, Sparkling: German Wine Society Tasting, led by Annette Schiller, at Restaurant Old Europe in Washington DC

New Developments in German Wine - Annette Schiller at the German Wine Society in Washington DC, USA

Annette Schiller Presented "Abbey Wines" at the German Wine Society (Washington DC Chapter), USA

Kloster Eberbach in the Rheingau: Lunch, Tour of the Abbey, the Steinberg and the Steinbergkeller, with Tasting - Germany-North Tour 2017 by ombiasy WineTours

Burgundy (and Champagne) 2016 Tour by ombiasy WineTours: From Lyon to Reims - Wine, Food, Culture and History

Tasting at Weingut Bernhard Huber in Baden, with Yquem Viehauser and Julian Huber – Germany-South Tour by ombiasy WineTours (2015)

Rhône Valley Tour December 2017: From Lyon to Avignon - Wine, Food, Culture, History

Understanding the Wines of the Rhône Valley: The Classification - AOC/ Vin de Pay/ Vin de France

The Rhône Wine Region in Southern France and its Wines: History, Classification, Northern and Southern Rhône 

Sunday, September 2, 2018

UPCOMING Tours/ Wine Dinners/ Tastings - Annette and Christian Schiller/ ombiasyPR & WineTours/ schiller-wine, Germany, France, USA (Issued: September 1, 2018)

Picture: Annette and Christian Schiller in London

Below is a list of the wine tours, wine dinners and wine tastings planned by Annette and Christian Schiller/ ombiasyPR & WineTours/ schiller-wine for the coming months.

For questions concerning the ombiasy wine tours please consult the ombiasy website.

For all other events please send me (cschiller@schiller-wine.com) or Annette (aschiller@ombiasypr.com) an e-mail.

September 2018

Bordeaux, France, September 4 - 13: 2018 Bordeaux Tour by ombiasy WineTours. See: ombiasy WineTours and UPCOMING Ombiasy Wine Tours in 2018 to Germany and Alsace (May/ June) and to Bordeaux and Burgundy-Champagne (September)

Bourgogne, France, September 20 - 30: 2018 Burgundy Tour by ombiasy WineTours. See: ombiasy WineTours and UPCOMING Ombiasy Wine Tours in 2018 to Germany and Alsace (May/ June) and to Bordeaux and Burgundy-Champagne (September/ October)

October 2018

Rhône Valley, France, October 15 - 24: 2018 Rhône Valley Tour by ombiasy WineTours.

November 2018

Buffalo, New York State, November 1 - 4: Germany, Burgundy and Alsace Tastings at the National Conference of the American Wine Society led by Annette Schiller. See: American Wine Society and The 2017 American Wine Society National Conference in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania, USA: Seen Through Christian Schiller's Camera Lens

Session 1: A Journey through the Rhône Valley
Session 2: "Abbey Wines": The Importance of the Monasteries for the Development of Viticulture
Session 3: Pinot Noir in Burgundy/ France and Germany

Washington DC, Tuesday, November 6: German Wines in the 21st Century - Tasting at the Washington DC Wine and Cheese Seminar, led by Annette Schiller

December 2018

Frankfurt, Germany, December: Tasting the Best of Virginia Wines in Frankfurt - Virginia Governor's Cup Case 2017. See: Tasting the Best of Virginia Wines in Frankfurt, Germany, with Stuart Pigott: Virginia Governor's Cup Case 2016

January 2019

Frankfurt, Germany: Tasting Aged American Red Wines (Cabernet Sauvignon/ Merlot)

February 2019

March 2019

April 2019

May 2019

Rheingau, Mittelrhein, Ahr, Mosel, Nahe: Germany-North Tour 2019. See: Germany-North Tour 2017 by ombiasy WineTours: Quintessential German Riesling and the Northernmost Pinot Noir

June 2019

Alsace, France, June 18 - 22: Alsace Tour 2019 (Weinfreundeskreis Hochheim)


schiller-wine: Related Postings

Ombiasy Wine Tours 2018: 3 x France and 3 x Germany - Ombiasy Newsletter December 2017

Total Immersion in Bordeaux: World Class Wines and Exquisite French Gourmet Cuisine - Bordeaux Tour 2017 by ombiasy WineTours, France  

Burgundy (and Champagne) 2016 Tour by ombiasy WineTours: From Lyon to Reims - Wine, Food, Culture and History

Rhône Valley Tour December 2017: From Lyon to Avignon - Wine, Food, Culture, History

The 2017 American Wine Society National Conference in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania, USA: Seen Through Christian Schiller's Camera Lens

Germany-North Tour 2017 by ombiasy WineTours: Quintessential German Riesling and the Northernmost Pinot Noir 

Friday, August 31, 2018

Phantastic Dinner at the "New" Weinsinn in Frankfurt, Germany

Picture: Dinner at the "New" Weinsinn in Frankfurt, Germany, with Owner Matthias Scheiber

In Frankfurt, Annette and I are members of a group of wine and food aficiniados that meets about once a month in a top restaurant. In late August, we had dinner at Weinsinn.

There were eight of us. We had 11 bottles of wine. Most of us had 5 courses, some 4 courses. We spent Euro 190 including tax and tip per person.

Pictures: Weinsinn in the Bahnhofsviertel in Frankfurt

Matthias Scheiber and Milica Trajkovska-Scheiber opened Weinsinn 10 years ago in Frankfurt's Westend. Two years later they opened Gustav not so far away from Weinsinn. Both restaurants were awarded a Michelin star shortly after they opened. Last year, Weinsinn in the Westend had to close as the lease came to an end and Weinsinn relocated to the Bahnhofsviertel (Central Station Area).

Pictures: Arriving at the Weinsinn, with Matthias Scheiber

New York Times: The (Old) Winesinn

A few years ago there was an interesting article in the New York Times about the old Weinsinn.

By PETE WELLS - October 22, 2013: When young lovers dream of a romantic European dinner in a back-street hideaway packed with locals, those back streets tend to be in Paris or Florence, not Düsseldorf or Nuremberg. When thrill-seeking diners book long-distance travel to taste some pathbreaking chef’s strange new inventions, their planes land in places like Barcelona or Copenhagen, not Leipzig or Dresden.

Although the 2013 Michelin Guide paid lavish attention to Germany, awarding 3 stars to 10 restaurants there, neither those restaurants nor their chefs are household names in any country but their own. When Germany flexes its economic muscle, other countries jump to attention. When it shows off its gastronomic power, they shrug.

Picture: Dinner with Friends at the "Old" Weinsinn in Frankfurt (1 Star Michelin/ 16 Points Gault Millau). See: Wine Dinner at one of Frankfurt's Best Restaurants - Weinsinn, Germany

Anytime the world seems to have made a secret pact to ignore a subject, curious minds grow even more curious. So off I went last month on a brief but industrious eating tour of Germany. I traveled to three of the cities foreigners are most likely to visit, Munich, Frankfurt and Berlin, making reservations in relatively new restaurants. None of them were especially luxurious or expensive compared with the rarefied dining rooms that are catnip to the Michelin Guide.

German chefs tend to play a long game, honing their craft in the same kitchen for decades. Coming from New York, where chefs will put a restaurant on their résumés after working there free for a few weeks, I was deeply impressed by the German dedication to putting down roots. But I was especially interested in seeing where the country’s restaurant scene may be going next, so I restricted myself to places that had opened since the start of this decade.

Around the same time, my colleague Frank Bruni was pursuing a similar assignment in China, following similar rules. Unlike me, he stuck to the rules. I bent them to write about a very good meal I had in Frankfurt at Weinsinn, which opened at the end of 2009. ...

Mr. Rickert has a modernist’s skill set and a modernist’s talent for combining the serious and the playful. Look what he does to ratatouille. Even its fans have to admit that the dish, a lump of stewed vegetables mired in a tar pit of olive oil, is usually no great beauty. Mr. Rickert’s version is a colorful, bright, edible garden, a field of couscous across which he plants black olives, shards of feta, a bright green mound of basil ice cream and warm cherry tomatoes that dissolved into sweet pulp on my tongue like berries in a pie.

The ingredients were strewn all across the plate, but the flavors were firmly rooted. That was the case, too, with a dessert of late-summer damson plums that appeared in three guises: stuffed into a tender dumpling, frozen into sorbet and poached with cinnamon syrup.

Weinsinn is compact, with only 35 seats in two small dining rooms. So is Mr. Rickert’s menu of three appetizers, three main courses and three desserts. The wine list, on the other hand, goes on for page after page, although there is a simpler way. We asked the sommelier, Jens Gabelmann, to choose for us. He sized up our table at a glance and brought us just the wine we might have asked for if we had been able to put our wishes into words.

Weinsinn is perpetually full but not a scene; all the action is on the plates and in the glasses. The owners, Matthias Scheiber and Milica Trajkovska, his wife, say they borrowed the idea of serving serious food and drink for reasonable prices in a lively, informal room from French places like La Régalade.

“The bistronomy movement does not exist in Germany,” Mr. Scheiber said. Traditionally, he continued, restaurant cooking in his country isn’t taken seriously unless it “comes out of hotels” with highly formal dining rooms.

Pictures: Dinner at the (New) Weinsinn, with Sommelier Florian Bechtel and Wheena Roisch

The (New) Weinsinn

The new Weinsinn is considerably larger and much more spacious than the old Weinsinn. The kitchen is large and an open kitchen (which is also much larger than in the old Weinsinn) where you can watch the crew prepare the food.

Julian Stowasser, who was for several years the Sous-Chef the 3-Star-Michelin Restaurant Atelier in Munich before joining Weinsinn, is the Executive Chef.

The new Weinsinn confirmed its leading role in the Frankfurt restaurant scene with a super dinner, top wines and first-class service. Without doubt, the Michelin star will arrive in November, when the new Michelin Guide is released. Given his previous job, I would not be surprised if Chef Julian Stowasser than goes for the second star.

Weinsinn: New. Yet familiar. Sophisticated cuisine, consistent design and a relaxing ambience – this is what we had in mind when we opened Weinsinn in 2009. We were therefore delighted to see our concept meet with such positive feedback. After eight memorable years in Frankfurt’s Westend, we are now moving to the Bahnhofsviertel district by the railway station. Much of what we are taking with us will be familiar, while in some areas we have moved on. But the most important thing of all remains unchanged: your feeling at home and being able to enjoy the evening, ideally in good company. Welcome to the new Weinsinn!

Weinsinn: Discover worlds. Up close. Diversity, contrasts and open-mindedness – the things that make Frankfurt unique are especially pronounced here. Paying us a visit in the Bahnhofsviertel district is worth it for this alone. Weinsinn is just a few minutes’ walk from the opera house and theatre on Willy-Brandt-Platz square, and the city and the River Main are just around the corner too. And as you are no doubt aware, Frankfurt is also just a stone’s throw from pretty much anywhere in the world.

Head Chef: Florian Stowasser

Weinsinn: Regional, cosmopolitan, open-minded. Weinsinn stands for a contemporary cuisine that focuses on local products and combines them with international accents. And more than anything else, we are open-minded: For the experimentation of our head chef Julian Stowasser. For the experience he contributes from his previous positions in Munich, Wolfsburg, Sydney and Baiersbronn. And to giving an insight into our craftsmanship, because the kitchen staff aren’t just busy behind the scenes at Weinsinn.

Pictures: Open Kitchen with Head Chef Florian Stowasser

The Wines we had for Dinner

Weinsinn: Every wine makes sense. There are more than 280 bottles to choose from on our wine list. And we have faith in each and every one of them, as we consider all of our wines to be especially expressive representatives of their ilk. From the beginning, we have focused on regional wines, including many representatives of the younger generation of winemakers in our list. Our sommelier Florian Bechtel will happily give you guidance in making your own discoveries. Our recommendation for groups of oenophiles and for an exclusive event is our Wein | Tisch held in the dark green semi-basement.

Pictures: The Wines we had for Dinner

The Dinner

Weinsinn is open only for dinner. The menu is small. You can choose between a 3-course (Euro 70), 4-course (Euro 80), 5-course (Euro 90) and 6-course (Euro 100) meal. Most of us had the 5-course menu, some the 4-course menu. Between the 8 of us, we ordered almost all the dishes that are currently offered.

Hors d'œuvre


Bread


Greetings from the Chef


Vorspeisen

Wildgarnele
Gurke, grüner Apfel


Gelbschwanzmakrele
Alge, Sesam


Zwischengerichte

Ofenkartoffel
Spinat, Demeter-Ei, Schmand


Schottischer Lachs
Ananas, Romanasalat, Dashi


Schwarzfederhuhn
Petersilie, schwarze Johannisbeere,
weiße Zwiebel


Hauptgerichte

Kabeljau
Nordseekrabben, Lauch, Champignon


Lamm
Bohne, Tomate



Nachspeise

Brie de Meaux
Preiselbeere, Tonkabohne


Birne
Buchweizen, dunkles Bier

Kokos
Fenchel, Jasminreis


Petit Four



schiller-wine - Related Postings

UPCOMING Tours/ Wine Dinners/ Tastings - Annette and Christian Schiller/ ombiasyPR & WineTours/ schiller-wine, Germany, France, USA (Issued: July 2, 2018)

Ombiasy Wine Tours 2018: 3 x France and 3 x Germany - Ombiasy Newsletter December 2017

Lunch and Beaujolais at Weinsinn in Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Sauvignon Blanc in Austria – A Comparative Tasting with Falstaff's Peter Moser at Weinsinn in Frankfurt, Germany

Wine Dinner at one of Frankfurt's Best Restaurants - Weinsinn, Germany

Salon Tasting at Schiller‘s Home: Domaine Weinbach, Alsace, Vintage 2014 (2017)

Dinner at Restaurant Schwarzenstein - Nils Henkel in the Rheingau, with Nils Henkel, Chef of the Year 2017 (Der Feinschmecker), Germany

Wine Pairing Dinner at 1 Michelin Star Restaurant Reisers am Stein and Tasting and Tour at Weingut am Stein Ludwig Knoll, with Winemaker Franziska Schömig - Germany-East Tour 2018 by ombiasy WineTours: Wine, Art, Culture, History - Berlin, Saale-Unstrut, Sachsen, Württemberg, Franken

Wine Pairing Dinner at Restaurant Zufriedenheit in Naumburg, with Chef Robert Klaus and his Excellent Food, and Uwe Lützkendorf, Weingut Lützkendorf, and his World-class Wines - Germany-East Tour 2018 by ombiasy WineTours: Wine, Art, Culture, History - Berlin, Saale-Unstrut, Sachsen, Württemberg, Franken

Dinner with Felix Graf Adelmann, Weingut Graf Adelmann, at Burg Schaubeck in Kleinbottwar, Württemberg - Germany-East Tour 2018 by ombiasy WineTours: Wine, Art, Culture, History - Berlin, Saale-Unstrut, Sachsen, Württemberg, Franken

Lunch at L’Auberge du Pont de Collonges, Paul Bocuse’s Iconic Restaurant in Collonges­ au­ Mont­ d’Or, France - Burgundy (and Champagne) 2016 Tour by ombiasy WineTours

Dining and Wining on Boulevard Montparnasse in Paris: La Rotonde, Le Dôme and La Coupole, France – Pre-Bordeaux Wine Tour 2016 by ombiasy WineTours, France

Dining at Günter Seeger NY, a Temple for Natural Cuisine and German Wine in New York: Brilliance and Simplicity on the Plate and Ultra-premium Dry Red and White Wine from Germany in the Glass

Dinner at Restaurant Schwarzer Adler, 1 Star Michelin, Oberbergen, Kaiserstuhl, Baden - Germany-South and Alsace 2017 Tour by ombiasy WineTours

Promenade au Fleckenstein: Dinner at L'Auberge du Cheval Blanc (2 Stars Michelin) in Lembach, Alsace, with Chef Pascal Bastian - Germany-South and Alsace 2018 Tour by ombiasy WineTours: Baden, Alsace, Pfalz and Rheinhessen