Gewürtztraminer is distinctively aromatic, and this wine is no exception. It has resolute aromas of lychee that can only be gewürtz. The palate is dry, there’s a freshness to the acidity and the impression is enveloping and broad. This is a well made and very typical expression of gewürtztraminer that is ready to drink now. Rating: Good. Abv: 13.9%. Price: $35. Source: Sample.
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