2010 Louis Sipp "Nature'S" Gewürztraminer

SKU #1114193 Wine Enthusiast

 This medium-dry wine layers attractive spice and lychee notes with a soft, warm texture. There's a spring in the stride of this fragrant wine, its acidity adding just the right sharp edge.  (12/2012)

K&L Notes

An off-dry wine from organically grown grapes, this Alsacian Gewurztraminer is excellent as a cocktail wine, or with stong cheeses or Asian cuisine. From the winery: "The wine shows a beautiful yellow color with golden tints. On the nose, it is full-bodied, spicy and slightly musky. A complex bouquet, full of character. The palate is ample, powerful with hints of sweetness, but always with good freshness that comes from the presence of chalk in the soils and is sustained by the organic farming approach which gives always wines with more tension and length. The structure on the palate with more freshness and length when compared with the conventional farming wine is the signature of the wines from grapes in organic farming."

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- Thought to have originated in the city of Tramin in Italy's Alto Adige, Gew├╝rztraminer is actually a pink-skinned incarnation of the Traminer varietal, and also the most widely planted variation. Known for its heady perfume redolent of rose petals and spice and tropical lychee flavor, its fuller body and moderate acidity, it can be made in a variety of styles ranging from completely dry to sweet late harvest wines. The best representations of the grape are grown in Austria and France's Alsace, though it's being made in smaller quantities in Eastern Europe, Italy, the Pacific Northwest, California, New Zealand and Australia.


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