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251 S Seguin Avenue
New Braunfels, TX 78130-5118

Wine List

Relax after a hard day with a glass of wine in our outdoor dining area. Choose from a variety of German wines for an authentic experience, while appreciating the historical ambiance that our location offers.

House Wines

Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Cabernet Sauvignon - Rich dark fruit flavors with notes of cocoa and spice enhance with a hint of oak for complexity.

Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Chardonnay Aromas of delicious tart green apples and a gentle floral undertone. Nuances of spices with a light, creamy oak finish.

Pierre Sparr "Alsace One" White, France - A dry white blend of native German grape varietals, Riesling and Gewurztraminer, as well as Pinot Blanc and Muscat. Fragrant flora aromas with white cranberries, pear, and hints of crushed almonds on the palette. The finish is a smooth but still retaining a good "bite" through to the end. 

White Wines

Fünf White - A young, light Riesling with honey, apple, and pear notes. Sweet and approachable with a fresh, clean finish.

Schmitt Söhne Liebfraunmilch, Germany A blend of four different varietals grown in the Rhine region and is the most popular style of wine from Germany. A fresh and fruity white wine which is medium in style.

Schmitt Söhne Riesling Qba Piesporter Michelberg, Germany - Beautifully fragrant, medium-bodied wine with hints of peaches and green apples are balanced perfectly with crisp acidity.

Chateau Ste. Michelle Pinot Gris, Washington - This Pinot Gris is in the style of wines of the Alsace region in France, which shares it's border and haritate with Germany. Lighter than Italian Pinot Griggio, this richer, rounder Pinot Gris style offers juicy pear, melon, and hints of florals.

Firestone Gewurtztraminer, Santa Ynez Valley California - "Gewurz" means spicy in German. The cool, maritime climate of the Santa Ynez Valley in central California makes perfect growing conditions for this grape native to Germany, Alsace and Austria. Bright aromas offer notes of pink grapefruit, lychee, candied ginger, orange blossom and rose.

Schmitt Söhne "Relax" Riesling, Germany - With forward fruit and floral aromas of apples and peaches, notes of citrus, the wine’s natural acidity gives it a perfect balance that is refreshingly crisp.

Schmitt Söhne Spätlese Piesporter Michelberg, Germany - “Spätlese” means that the wine is produced from late harvested grapes that have fully ripened.This is a full-bodied, lush wine, rich with flavours of ripe apricots and pears.

Silver Palm Chardonnay, California - It greets the nose with the perfume of apple blossoms and pear. On the palate, ripe flavors of white peach, apple and Meyer lemon come together. The righ fruit and balanced acidity leaves you yearning for another sip.

Heinz Eifel Riesling Kabinett, Germany - Kabinett is a drier style of Riesling. A well balanced and fruity wine with aromas of citrus and fresh peaches with mild acidity. 

Urban Hof Riesling Qba, Mosel Germany - Superbly balanced wine with a fuller body than most from the Mosel region. Acidity with pear and peach notes with floral and spicy overtones. (87 pts Wine Spectator)

Thomas Schmitt Piesporter Gold Qba, Germany - Beautifully fragrant, medium-bodied wine with a firm palate and aromas of peach and fine apple. It’s restrained sweetness and enlivening acidity creates a harmonious wine. 

Red Wines

Schmitt Söhne Fünf, Germany - Bursts with delightful sweet, red fruit flavors. “Fünf” means five and this fun, easy drinking wine is aptly named since most fun starts at five o'clock!

Red Diamond Merlot, Washington - This is a smooth, dry wine with aromas of sweet cherry and vanilla. A silky palate displays flavors of red berries, juicy plums and a touch of caramel.

14 Hands "Hot to Trot" Red Blend, Columbia Valley Washington - A blend of Merlot, Syrah, and Cabernet Sauvignon, this approachable and eaisly enjoyable red wine offers generous aromas of berries, cherries and currants. A plush framework of soft tannins support the red and dark fruit flavors tht leisurely give way to subtle notes of baking spice and mocha on the finish.
 

Sister Creek Pinot Noir, Texas - A dry, aromatic wine that's spicy with an inviting scent of cherry. pleasant cinnamon flavor that follows nicely with a somewhat tart finish.

Sister Creek Red Blend, Texas - Great blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Cabernet with suppleness. Rich black currants, blackberry, black cherry, spice, vanilla, and toast flavors.

Silver Palm Cabernet Sauvignon, North Coast California - Blended with small amounts of Merlot and Cabernet Franc, the wine is invited and easy to drink. Dark ruby in color, with aromas of cherries and cassis that express flavors of menthol, spice and oak with round firm tannins lead to a soft, silky, lingering finish.

Eos Zinfandel, Paso Robles California - Estate Zinfandel from the up-and-coming region of Paso Robles in California boasts aromas of raspberry, cranberry, and herbs de Provence. The palate is full bodied and lush with ripe raspberry fruit.

Franz Keller Pinot Noir, Germany - An elegant and complex dry red wine. Wonderful finesse with distinct notes of sour cherry and fascinating length.

Kendall-Jackson Cabernet Sauvignon Grand Reserve, California - This powerful red explodes from the glass with black fruit, grilled herbs, licorice, smoke and tar. The wine has fine tannins and exceptional balance. (90 pts Wine Adovcate)

 

Weihenstephaner Kristall - The beer begins as clean light wheat malt
before opening into heavy banana notes with light clove hints, and slowly closing
out into minty lingering. (Beer Advocate 90) 5.95
Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier - Tastes of banana, bubble gum
and a hint of pepper, nutmeg and allspice. A lightly sugary sweet malt
provides a backdrop for the showcase of yeasty aromas.
(Beer Advocate 98) 5.95
Weihenstephaner Original Premium - Tastes malty breadiness with
a spicyness that's exaggerated by the carbonation level. Finishes with a slight
bitterness towards the end. Refreshing.. (Beer Advocate 90) 5.95
Ayinger Hefeweissbier - Like liquid banana bread in a glass. The
dough, yeast quality is mixed with the lemon and a touch of sweetness and a
finish of slight bubblegum. (Beer Advocate 93) 6.25
Ayinger Celebrator Doppelbock - Platinum Medal & Top-Rated
Doppelbock - World Beer Championships 1995, 96, 97, 2001,
02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08. One of the "1001 Beers You Must Taste
Before You Die.” Hint of nuts and chocolate, and a pinch of fruit and
spices. (Beer Advocate score 97) $7.50
Chimay Première (Red) - The Chimay "Première" was the first
beer brewed at the Notre-Dame de Scourmont Abbey by the Trappist fathers
in 1862. One of the "1001 Beers You Must Taste Before You Die.” The
taste begins with darker fruit and a slightly biscuit flavor. The darker fruit
are just as would have been expected from the nose being mostly of raisin and
plum. Right up front there is a moderately spicy taste of nutmeg, clove and
cinnamon which is quickly meet with some caramel and banana sweetness.
Toward the middle some yeasty taste begin coming to the tongue while some of
the biscuit disappearing. Toward the end, a tiny bit of alcohol comes to the
tongue as well as a moderately strong molasses sweetness which when combined
with all the rest, leaves a nice somewhat sweeter and warming taste to linger on
the tongue. (Beer Advocate 92) $12.00
Franziskaner Hefeweissbier - Dense foam and amber-cloudy color.
Tastes of clove, faint cinnamon, and banana, with light hops.
(Beer Advocate 91) 5.95
Franziskaner Dunkel - Tastes of malts, nuts, cloves, apples and dark
fruits with some wheat tones. (Beer Advocate 86) 5.95
Spaten Optimator - (Dunkel) Big viscous body with light carbonation.
Taste of toasted, bready malt, caramel and a grainy, cereal-like flavor. A light
dose of alcohol and hop flavor in the finish. (Beer Advocate 88) 4.95
Hofbräu Original - Moderate flavors of grainy malts with just a hint of
sweetness. There is a light to moderate amount of bitterness from the floral
hops throughout the entire taste of the beer. (Beer Advocate 85) 4.95

Paulaner Oktoberfest - Taste begins initially with a huge light
caramel sweetness. Following that is a grainy, bready middle, and a flowery,
perfumy finish. Nice balance between the sweetness and bitterness.
(Beer Advocate 87) 4.75
Paulaner Salvator - Lots of fruitiness on the nose and in the flavor, with
only a touch of bitterness with a very mild citrus character. Also some
spiciness, breadiness and a touch of yeast, with some alcohol warming. The
aftertaste is likewise very fruity. The fruitiness is strongly suggestive of plums.
The beer is medium in body and sticks to the insides of the mouth nicely.
(Beer Advocate 88) $5.95
Warsteiner Verum - Light maltiness is replaced in the middle of the
drink with banana, spices, and cloves.(Beer Advocate 78) 4.95
Warsteiner Dunkel - Toasted brown bread, roasted grains, doughy,
lightly sweet with hints of dark chocolate, mild grassy hops, nutty lager yeast.
(Beer Advocate 79) 4.95
Bitburger - Toasted malt flavor; slight caramel undertone; good hop
bitterness to counterbalance things; very light citrus hint peeks through every
few sips. Light bodied, crisp, dry finish; smooth mouth-feel.
(Beer Advocate 79) 4.75
König Pilsener - Sour yeast and citrus lemon hits the taste straight off.
Light malts then lead to a bitter hop finish. (Beer Advocate 84) 4.75
Julius Echter Hefe-Weissbier - Taste of cloves, banana, hints of
bread and fresh cream, with the addition of a citrus zest towards the finish.
(Beer Advocate 89) $5.95
Julius Echter Hefe-Weissbier Dunkel - Taste is spicy, buttery
malts, with notes of bubblegum, banana bread, melon, and
clove. (Beer Advocate 86) $5.95
Kostritzer Schwarzbier - Despite its dark color, it tastes surprisingly
balanced, with chocolate/caramel aromas and a hoppy finish.
(Beer Advocate 88) $4.95

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