The colour is a deep golden yellow.
Fruity, typical and overripe nose with characteristic aromas of rose petals and exotic fruits. Notes of candied fruits such as mirabelle plum and yellow peach. The palate is full and very balanced, with notes of vanilla, cinnamon, honey and very ripe yellow fruit that linger on a long and slightly spicy finish.
Keeping time: 15 years
Tasting temperature: 10 - 12°C
Blue-veined cheese of the Roquefort type. Pastries, pies, creams, mousses.
The Gewurztraminer is a particularly aromatic selection of an old grape variety known from time immemorial in Alsace, the Traminer rose. In the past, and especially when its wine was a little less characteristic, it was known as Traminer. Etymologically, the name Gewurztraminer literally means "spicy" Traminer.
Its grains are quite small, pink-brown in colour, and the skin contains constituents with very full-bodied flavours. It has found its favourite terroir in the Alsatian vineyard.