Definition of Spatlese
1. a late harvest [n -S]
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Literary usage of Spatlese
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1. Where the Great German Wines Grow: A Guide to the Leading Vineyards by Hans Ambrosi (1976)
"The wine world benefited greatly from the accidental discovery in 1755 of noble rot (Botrytis cinerea) and spatlese. The equestrian statue of the spatlese ..."
2. The Rhineland by Walter Marsden (1973)
"When grapes have ripened longer than usual they are made into spatlese wine. Bunches selected with special care from these late-harvested vines yield ..."
3. Waiter, There's a Horse in My Wine: A Treasury of Entertainment, Exploration by Jennifer "Chotzi" Rosen (2005)
"Start with the legal stuff, long Teutonic words denoting village, vineyard and region, as well as words like Kabinett, spatlese and Auslese, ..."
4. Apocalypse Prophesied: From Eden to New Jerusalem: God's Plan for Humanity by Herbert R. Stollorz (2006)
"This is called the spatlese in German, meaning "the later and sweeter harvest." This mystery is that through the gospel the Gentiles are heirs together with ..."
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