Tramin, the grape's home village: rich, concentrated and deliciously aromatic
Grape varieties: Gewürztraminer
Colour: Elegant, clear, full golden yellow
Nose: Elegantly aromatic and flowery, reminiscent of lychees, and rose petals
Flavour: Elegant and fresh, mellow and mouth-filling, dry on the finish
Notes: An elegant and fresh Gewürztraminer
Winemaking and maturation: In stainless steel tanks
Serve Goes well with: Lightly chilled, 12- 14°C As a full-flavoured aperitif and as an accompaniment to a range of dishes, including savoury first courses and grilled fish
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CHARACTERISTICS: elegant, aromatic, full-bodied white wine
COLOUR: greenish-yellow to yellow
NOSE: intense, aromatic with scents of clove and rose
TASTE: aromatic, robust, spiced
MATCHINGS: prawns, lobster, paté de foie gras, dishes au gratin, spicy cheeses; ideal as an aperitif
It goes without saying that Gewürztraminer is the most typical of South Tyrolean white wines. It is here that the wine originated, getting its name the lower vallery wine village of Termeno. This wine is characterised by an intense yellow colour and the unmistakable aroma of roses and mixed spices just like pepper, nutmeg and cloves. It is equally as convincing on the palate where it lingers, leaving behind intense, unforgettable impressions. This white wine is extremely well suited to be served as an aperitif or as an accompaniment to strong-flavored, spicy dishes made fish, lobst and liver pâté. Served chilled, it can be drunk young, yet also ages well.