The Gewurztraminer is a Cépage with pink bunches, primarily used in Alsace to produce the white wine of the same name. In Europe, one also meets it in Germany, Austria, Italy and Suisse. It is also called aromatic pink Savagnin . Its name means “Traminer spiced” in German and Alsacien. The village of Tramin to the the Trentin-Tyrol of the South or High Adige seems to be its cradle.
Gewurztraminer accounts for approximately 18% of Alsatian wine surfaces.
The wine of Alsace resulting from this type of vine is a vigorous wine, rich in flavors of Fruits (litchis for example) and of spice S. It is well adapted to the Foie gras, the Dessert S and the Fromage S forts, the such Munster. It contains 2-phényléthanol.
It is one of noble type of vines deserving name Alsace Great wine. One makes of them dry, medium dry or liqueur-like wines in Late Vendanges and Sélection of Noble Grains.
It agrees with cheeses to the marked tastes (munster), fish roasted or out of sauce, and marvelously accompanies the kitchen Asian or Indian, in particular if it is containing coconut milk, of ginger, etc Consommé primarily in accompaniment of the desserts, it can also be been useful only out of aperitif.
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