Scheurebe is an undervalued German wine, named after the German viticulturalist who in 1916 created it by crossing Riesling and another variety.
A completely underrated wine, "Scheu aber geil" translates as "shy but horny" - however this wine is anything but shy and retiring. A jump-out-of-the-glass-and-whack-you-round-the-face sort of wine, this mischievous release is a dry, intensely fruity white wine with a great acidity and powerful aromas.
Not one to pair with subtly favoured food, it stands up well to salty snacks and deli mezes – olives, anchovies, ricotta-stuffed cherry peppers etc. Also one to sip as an aperitif, for a fabulous awakening of the palate.
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