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entry wine

Colloquial name (also initial wine, start wine, introductory wine, starter wine) for a wine, which one serves in the context of a multi-course meal at the beginning as "entry". These are preferably fresh, young white wines or sparkling wines (sparkling wine) of a simpler character with lighter alcohol content, In the course of a meal then the quality is usually increased, but this also depends on the food sequence. The right wine as the culmination of the end is called final wine designated. For matching alcoholic drinks "before eating", see below aperitif and "after dinner" under digestif, See the topic also under the keywords Weingenuss and Wine to food,

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