Gewurztraminer

A clone of the Traminer varietal widely grown in the Alsace region of France, as well as cool coastal regions of the western United States, Australia, and New Zealand. Used to produce sweet whites with a strong floral aroma and nutty flavor, for which Alsace is especially famous. Similar to Johannisberg Riesling.
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Gewurztraminer

An excellent white-wine grape that is grown in Germany and California. It is pink and yields a spicy, heavily perfumed, soft wine. "Gewurz" means "spice" in German.
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Gewurztraminer

This grape is made in a range of styles in California from dry and light to very sweet, complex dessert styles. Elsewhere in the world, Gewurztraminer makes some of the finest wines from the Alsace region of France.
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