The lightest, first, and least sweet category of Germany's QmP (Prädikat) wine designations. Kabinett wines are known for their delicacy.
This viticultural area lies wholly within the state of West Virginia. It follows the Kanawha River from the Ohio River to Charleston. It received its official recognition as a Viticultural Area on May 8, 1986.
A fine siliceous sediment that is often used for ultra-fine finish filtration. It is also known as diatomaceous earth.
A grey color limestone named after the town of Kimmeridge in Dorset, England.
In Russia, this is a spirit made from watermelon.
A Russian (Siberia, Caucases) drink made from fermenting horse, cow, or even camel milk!