Our wine list wine drinking at the Schoberwirt in Munich

Sweet or savoury, warm or cold, starter or delicacies from the buffet – if you enjoy the tasty meals at our restaurant in Munich, a good glass of wine is the perfect companion. We gladly recommend you some wine that goes perfectly well with the dish of your choice.

Our wine list includes fresh and fruity white wines as well as velvety red wines by distinguished winemakers. Apart from wine you can find several other beverages – beer, lemonades and juices – on our drink menu.

Enjoy Austrian wine in Munich – Veltliner and Burgunder

Among others, we offer the following types of wine:

Red Veltliner, 2014

  • Due to its excellent quality the Red Veltiner has already been popular during Austria's „k and k“ monarchy.
  • Goes perfectly well with Bavarian doughnuts, goose dishes, fondue, vegetable dishes, cheese or pasties.
  • The Red Veltliner is characterized by types of grapes, which are not imported, such as Neuburgunder, Rotgipfler and Zierfandler. The grapes come from the wine-growing area of Wagram.
  • Even though it is not suggested by its name, the Red Veltliner is a dry white wine, which impresses with a spicy herbal flavour and slight note of marzipan.

Pinot Blanc „selection crems“, 2014

  • A full-flavoured and deliciously nutty white wine, which comes from the „Lössterrassen“ vineyards.
  • he grapes prefer a cool climate and steep slopes.
  • Due to its nutty, fruity and sweet flavour, which reminds of apple, pear and a bit of lemon, our Pinot Blanc is the perfect companion for light meals.

Yellow Muscatel, 2014

  • Already the Romans, Phoenicians and Charles the Great were keen on this dry white wine.
  • As the name hints, the Yellow Muskatel is characterized by an intense note of nutmeg. With its spicy, lemonlike flavour and a slight note of roses the Muskatel works well with most dishes and desserts.
  • Apart from the unique taste, the fresh smell of grapes and elderberries is an outstanding feature of the Yellow Muskatel.

Green Veltliner, 2014

  • This dry wine comes directly from the wine-growing area of Wagram in Lower Austria.
  • Already the Roman emperor Augustus has been keen to this mixture of Traminer and St. Georgener.
  • The bouquet shows a slight pepper note. In addition comes a flavour of ripe apples and herbs.
  • The Green Veltliner can be enjoyed at any season of the year and works well with many dishes, e. g. starters, fish or Austrian delicacies.

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