A delightful rich wine. The word Gewürz means 'spicy' in German and Tramin is a small town in N. Italy, which shows the heritage of this floral and rich variety.
The term 'spätlese' means late harvesting, the extra time on the vine being the reason for higher sugar concentrations prior to fermentation.
This gold award-winning wine is fruity and juicy on the palate with hints of ripe gooseberries and currants. On the nose there are delightful rose petal and tangerine notes. It accompanies pork, lamb and rich lentil dishes wonderfully.
An ideal wine to drink on its own or pair with pork, Asian/fusion vegetable dishes and even rare venison.