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tarheelmjfan
11-08-2008, 10:09 PM
I got a wonderful reisling in the German pavillion that I'd like to be able to purchase it at home. Unfortunately, we didn't write down the name, & now we don't remember it. It had a distinct apple flavor (like green apple). I'm thinking it was a Graff wine. Anyone have any idea what it might have been? TIA :flower3:

OKW Lover
11-09-2008, 06:24 AM
Might it have been Valckenberg Estate Dry Riesling?

momof2minnies
11-09-2008, 08:29 AM
I had this same experience one year at Alfredos and could not remember the name.I called Alfredos and spoke to the manager,he gave me the name and the liquor store here did some reasearch and found it for me.It was a xmas gift for my mom because we loved it so much and I normally do not like wine!

Linda

Katieinwonderland
11-09-2008, 09:17 AM
Perhaps the Dr Loosen riesling? When I worked at the Rose and Crown we had that one, and it tasted a lot like green apples - and I remember it was from Germany.

tarheelmjfan
11-09-2008, 11:45 AM
Might it have been Valckenberg Estate Dry Riesling?

Perhaps the Dr Loosen riesling? When I worked at the Rose and Crown we had that one, and it tasted a lot like green apples - and I remember it was from Germany.

Thanks for the suggestions. I'll look those up to see if it rings a bell.

I had this same experience one year at Alfredos and could not remember the name.I called Alfredos and spoke to the manager,he gave me the name and the liquor store here did some reasearch and found it for me.It was a xmas gift for my mom because we loved it so much and I normally do not like wine!

Linda

This is a great idea, if the others don't seem right. I'm not sure how I could get the number for the German pavillion though.

If all else fails, I can see when we're there Thanksgiving weekend. I was hoping to find it at home to lessen the temptation of paying the outrageous price they charge at the pavillion. ;)

OKW Lover
11-09-2008, 12:02 PM
Perhaps the Dr Loosen riesling? When I worked at the Rose and Crown we had that one, and it tasted a lot like green apples - and I remember it was from Germany.

We love the Dr Loosen Riesling as well. Even if its not the one you were think of, give it a try.

You might also be interested in taking a look at our wine list. Many are available at WDW - that's were we discovered a lot of them. Just click on the link in my signature. You can read the list on the page or even download it. All the wines are cheap - I doubt more than a dozen are over $20, with most being under $15.

tarheelmjfan
11-09-2008, 12:09 PM
We love the Dr Loosen Riesling as well. Even if its not the one you were think of, give it a try.

You might also be interested in taking a look at our wine list. Many are available at WDW - that's were we discovered a lot of them. Just click on the link in my signature. You can read the list on the page or even download it. All the wines are cheap - I doubt more than a dozen are over $20, with most being under $15.


That's incredible! Thank you so much! :woohoo: My DH & I will enjoying scanning the lists.