Alcohol Content: 13% Vol
Serving Temperature: 10-12°C
Food Pairing: foie gras, matured cheese; popular with exotic dishes, sweet/sour or spicy; excellent as aperitif
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Classification: Appellation Alsace Grand Cru Contrôlée
Production Area: Gloeckelberg is the name of a vineyard of the appellation Alsace Grand Cru, between the villages of Rodern and Saint-Hippolyte in Alsace, north eastern France
Soil Composition: sand and sandstone
Vinification: the grapes are selected and harvested manually; temperature-controlled fermentation and aging for some months in stainless steel tanks
Refinement: in bottle for some months
Longevity: more than 10-12 years
Notes: Gewurztraminer is a particulary aromatic selection of an ancient vine always known in Alsace, the Traminer Rosé. Etymologically, the name Gewurztraminer literally means “spicy Traminer" in Italian "Traminer aromatico"