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If a wine harmonizes with a dish, then it is certainly a culinary delight.

Food and Wine win through their successful partnership and if done right, without one obscuring the other, both partners can reveal new and sometimes unexpected flavours.

Some basic rules when selecting wine:

  • Wine should emphasize the taste of the dish and not overpower it.
  • Alcohol increases the presence of sweetness and enhances the effect of spices.
  • High in fat foods are more palatable with wines that are high in acid, tannin and alcohol.
  • Strong, spicy foods combined with high-in-alcohol wines make wines seem even stronger
  • Carbon Dioxide in wine (Champagne, etc.) partially obscures the sweetness sensation.
  • Combined with food, sparkling wines seem sweeter than they actually are. 
  • Salt increases the perception of bitterness, when bitterness is present.

    Here is a Spring menu from the Restaurant “Alte Post in Kraftshof, Nürnberg”:

    Weinmenuefrom left: Elisabeth Born - German Wine Princess, Conny Bösl- Alte Post, Nadja Bösl - jun. Alte Post, Ulrike Lange - Weingut Schloss Saaleck

    For the Senses"


    Frankish Prosecco Rosè

    Tuna tartare guacamole on leek-salmon lox lasagna

    Sweetbreads with romaine-sprout salad.
    Hammelburger Rotling


    Frothy, cream of pea soup

    River Lobster tail

    Saaalecker Müller-Thurgau


    on spring onions with morel mushrooms

     Weißburgunder Kabinett dry

    Hammelburger Heroldsberg


    Black Sea and Lobster on

    Fennel Vegetables with Pernot

    Fresh green asparagus, baked tomatoes and cheese gnocchi

     Silvaner Kabinett dry

    Hammelburger Heroldsberg


    Ox cheeks and veal with fine red wine sauce

    braised shallots, young beans, asparagus with hollandaise sauce and a carrot garnish

    celery-potato purèe

     Rubino Redwineblend dry

    Saalecker Schlossberg


    Strawberries and rhubarb

    rhubarb cream

    Strawberry ice cream with lemongrass and gingerroot

    Cream puff with strawberry kuli

    Rhubarb pudding

     Ortega Beerenauslese

    Saalecker Schlossberg


    Spring Menu from a wine customer in Hammelburg:


    Roasted asparagus salad

    with honey-tarragon vinaigrette

    and St. Daniele ham

     Saalecker Müller-Thurgau

    Fried sea bream

    butter sauce with leafy spinach

     Pinot Blanc Kabinett

    Hammelburger Heroldsberg

    Prawns and corn-fed chicken
    In red curry sauce

    On creamy polenta with cashew nuts

     Saalecker Bacchus

    Rhubarb compote and vanilla parfait

    by Florentine

     Blanc de Noir from Pinot Noir



    Winery Lange
    Schloss Saaleck

    Family Lange
    Am Marktplatz 1
    D - 97762 Hammelburg
    Phone: +49 9732 / 7887 450
    Fax: +49 9732 / 78 87 451
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    Monday to Friday
     9.00 am - 13.00 pm and
    14.00 pm - 18.00 pm
    Saturday 9.00 am - 14.00 pm
    Sunday 11.00 am  - 16.00 pm (June to October)


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    In our wine shop you can taste wines before purchasing. Free parking is available at the town hall pass.
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