The dress reflects a beautiful golden colour with beautiful tears.
The nose is open and fruity with hints of honey and candied fruits (quince, citrus fruits . . . ).
In mouth, the attack is beautiful and pearlante, with notes of candied fruit and vanilla aromas. The mid-palate is sweet and on the freshness of the grape variety. The tasting ends on a very slight note of bitterness, bringing character to the finish.
To drink now for its extraordinary fruit or to forget in your cellar for at least a decade.
This wine will go perfectly with foie gras dishes or aromatic desserts such as chocolate for example. It can also be served as an aperitif for pleasure.
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.