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Hill Country Council for the Arts Events
Hill Country Council for the Arts

October, 2010

Hill Country Council for the Arts Newsletter
October 19, 2010 Celebrating the Arts in the Texas Hill Country

You don't want to miss -WINE SHARE BOERNE!

 

A HILL COUNTRY COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS Event

Thursday, October 21, 2010

5:00 - 7:00 p.m.

October themed wine:  German Wines

Host Organization: Agricultural Heritage Museum

Executive Director:  Jennifer Youngblood

102 City Park Rd
Boerne, TX 78006
(830) 249-6007 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              (830) 249-6007      end_of_the_skype_highlighting
 

Remember our special offer from Boerne WineSeller:  10% discount on wine purchased for WineShare events!

While in town, be sure to visit installation of monumental Robert Summers' Longhorns sculptures at the 'Boerne Stage',

Main Plaza at Ye Kendall Inn, HCCA's kickoff for Boerne Public Art Master Plan.

 

The Purpose is Simple:

To discover new businesses; to meet new people passionate about the arts; and to enjoy new wines! 

Please join like-minded people in conversation regarding the arts, culture, and good wine, in Boerne!!

The Rules:

1. Bring a bottle of your favorite wine and your favorite wine glass.
2. Bring a Friend.
3. Check your e-mails for November  Wine Share Boerne!

Point of History - The first Oktoberfest was held in Munich, Germany, in the year 1810 to honor Bavarian Crown Prince Ludwig’s marriage to Princess Therese von Sachsen-Hildburghausen. German immigrants brought the tradition with them to the United States.

German wines - specifically Riesling covers the board. Because Riesling is such a dominant variety and can produce anything from a dry wine to a dessert wine, many German labels indicate the level of sweetness on the label. Look for words like trocken (dry), halbtrocken or feinherb (semi-dry) and mild or lieblich (sweet). Wines that come in a small bottle are dessert wines and sweet by nature.
Germany is made up of 13 major producing regions with strict regulation over quality control. The three oldest and most important regions are the Mosel, the Rheingau and Rheinhessen. A good rule of thumb is the following:

• The Mosel: Typically Mosel wines have incredible length on the palate, are wonderfully crisp and finish with prickly zest of fresh sliced pear and apple.

• The Rheingau: The typical finish of a dry style Rheingau will be that of fresh sliced granny smith apples. In the semi dry form, the body is well balanced and the finish has great length and charm. In the sweeter style, you will have the typical tropical fruit aromas.

• Rheinhessen: Wines from Rheinhessen are best known for the earthy, mineral composition found in the soil, and similar to that in Burgundy.
While the Rheingau and the Mosel produce mostly Riesling, Rheinhessen vintners tend to a more diverse portfolio of grapes. It is one of Germany’s premier sites for the production of Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir) and now getting a lot of attention on the international stage. Source: Wine Bible.

Thanks to our friends, Amy and Bob Niederhauser, for a lovely celebration of South American wines - and for sharing COSAS Gallery with us. 

*When doing business in Boerne, please remember recent WSB! hosts:

Vive Rouge, Tryst Salon, Burlap Horse and Tootie Pie Company, Boerne WineSeller, Cibolo Nature Center, and Boerne Cooking Cottage.

 For more details, or to host a Wine Share Boerne!, contact Paula Horner, Membership Chair, membership@hccarts.org, or 830/537-5317 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              830/537-5317      end_of_the_skype_highlighting,

Join HCCArts or make donation/pledge to Boerne Public Art Fund at www.hccarts.org; we accept PayPal!



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