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What does BA stand for?

BA stands for Beerenauslese (German wine)

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Then the level of sweetness comes into play, starting with trocken (dry) or halb-trocken (off-dry) and then from kabinett (medium dry), spatlese (late-harvested grapes, usually medium sweet), auslese (medium to sweet, where some of the grapes may have been concentrated by the effect of "noble rot" or botyrtis), beerenauslese (sweet, with more botrytis) and trockenbeerenauslese (intense and sweet, made from only botrytisaffected grapes).
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] MILK with BUCKWHEAT HONEY and SWEET GRAINOLA Cuvee Beerenauslese Weinlaubennof Alois Kracher Burgenland, Austria 2008 (A) Boil milk and glucose, remove from heat then froth with immersion blender.
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A pairing that illustrates the success of his mono-varietal approach is a trio of crudos titled "Roots, Shoots and Fruits" that is composed of fluke with nori and sesame seeds, sea salt aioli and shaved radishes paired with a Clare Valley Riesling; Hamachi and red beet pickle garnished with roasted beets, frozen grapes and sorrel with a Mosel Kabinet or Spatlese that has just the right level of ripeness and residual sugar for the dish; Snapper seasoned with fresh wasabi, diced cucumber, micro cilantro, sweet lemon gelee and wasabi Tobiko with a German Beerenauslese.