The "Traminer“ was known in German speaking areas as far back as the 13th century. Today it ranges amongst the most popular South Tyrolean wines. As the name itself implies, the Gewürztraminer has its roots in the small village of Tramin. Steep slopes – selected by the chief winemaker himself – yield a wine, which seduces with intense fruitiness, a full body and zesty richness.
Grape variety: Gewürztraminer
Cultivating area: Steep slopes around Bolzano; 400-600m a.s.l. (1310-1970 ft)
Harvest date: End of September to beginning of October
Vinification: Brief cold maceration, gentle pressing and fermentation in stainless steel tanks. Maturation in stainless steel to keep the wine juvenile and fresh.
Color: Straw yellow, golden hues
Aroma: Highly aromatic; scent of roses. Fruity notes of lychee, grapefruit and lime. Hints of orange and clove
Flavor: Full-bodied, complex and smooth. With a nice aromatic touch and lively acidity.
Alcohol*: 14,5* %vol
Residual sugar*: 5,0* g/l
Serving temperature: 11-13 °C
Food pairing: Serve with seafood or typical sweet and sour dishes of the Asian cuisine. It pairs splendidly with young or medium-aged cheeses.
* Depending on the year, the analytical values may vary slightly
|Brand||Cantina Produttori Bolzano Kellerei Bozen|