When you think of Germany the first thing that comes to mind is sweet Rieslings and beer. This is what Germany is known for but don’t be fooled they have so much more to offer.
Just ask the cast member working behind the bar and they will be happy to describe the differences in the wines. They have everything from white to red and sweet to dry. You may not find a deep Cabernet there but don’t be surprised if you find something you like.
And if you want to you can buy a bottle to take with you and if you are on Disney property you can have it delivered right to your resort.
grab a bottle to take with you (photo credit: www.tripswithtykes )
They don’t serve beer here but you will find a couple of specialty items to try.
Glühwein is a traditional mulled wine that is enjoyed hot during the winter months, especially during the Christmas season. It is served warn so I am not sure if middle of summer is time to try this one.
Stroh Jagertee (hunter’s tea) is a spiced Austrian liqueur and is also enjoyed hot. But I have seen people buy a bottle of this and open it right there to be enjoyed.
In recent years they have also added a cheese plate to the menu. Right now it is a bargain at $5 per plate and comes with enough nibble to feed two people. Perfect for pairing with German wines.
artisan cheese plate (photo credit: www.disneyfoodblog )
If you are a sweet dessert wine fan you will not be disappointed. In fact I highly recommend a dessert wine in the evening after dinner along with a walk around world showcase. Or if you are like me, drink it while the kids spend hours watching the model trains. No matter what it is the perfect end to an evening.