A beautifully aromatic dry white wine with just the illusion of sweetness and medium to low acidity making it a perfect food wine. A beautifully aromatic dry white wine with just the illusion of sweetness and medium to low acidity making it a perfect food wine.
Gewürztraminer or Gertie refers to the spicy Traminer grape.
It's history was recorded in the village of Tramin from the first century, then spreading to Alsace where Gewürz (spice) was added to its name and Gewürztraminer was used in Alsace from 1870.
In 1973 the name Traminer was discontinued in Alsace where the grape is simply known as Gewurz or Gertie.
“Gertie” delivers a dry, yet juicy mouthful of lychee, mango, peach, and honeysuckle-lime notes with just the illusion of sweetness. A dry wine with a lovely harmonious balance of acidity and tannin , then a clean bright finish.
Chilled, this wine serves well by itself as an aperitif and will pair with zesty-flavored fare like BBQ chicken wings and will certainly go well with Thai, Indian, Turkish, Morrocan, Mediterranean and Lebanese dishes using either chicken and fish. It is also the all-time-classic pairing for Thanksgiving turkey and all its customary fixings.
The cool spring slowed down some of the fruit growth allowing the grapes time to develop and ripen, then the hotter August temperatures provided the right amount of stress at the right time for flavor development.
|Harvest Date||9th Sep 2019|
|Appellation||Dry Creek Valley|
|Date Bottled||27th Jul 2020|
|Drinkable||2020 - 2022|