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Gustave Lorentz Gewürztraminer Alsace Aoc Cuvée Particulière 2007

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""Gewurz"" in German means spice. This Gewurtztraminer has a nose brimming with fruit and spice, and is rich and full in the mouth. It is traditionally enjoyed as an aperitif, with strong cheese (munster, roquefort...) or with desserts. Gustave Lorentz Gewurztraminer Reserve 2007 can be also enjoyed with spicy food, chinese food, sweet and sour dishes, mild curry and tandoori chicken. 13.5 % Alc.

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Gustave Lorentz:
One can't be a winemaker without passion: the severity of the elements, the limitless work required by the vines leading to the prestigious results obtained each year demand a special passion - the one that burns within us. The Cotes of Altenberg and Kanzlerberg It was this passion that drove Charles Lorentz senior to bank on it's excellence, in developing his vineyard on the slopes of the Al... Read more
One can't be a winemaker without passion: the severity of the elements, the limitless work required by the vines leading to the prestigious results obtained each year demand a special passion - the one that burns within us. The Cotes of Altenberg and Kanzlerberg It was this passion that drove Charles Lorentz senior to bank on it's excellence, in developing his vineyard on the slopes of the Altenburg near Bergheim. The grapes grown in this exceptional terroir have always been vinified separately. Riesling, Pinot-Gris, Gewurztraminer and other Muscats that originate on these slopes demonstrate from vintage to vintage, a unique character. This obstinate perseverance resulted in the awarding of the supreme accolade "Grand Cru" in 1983. The second "Grand Cru" of the domain, smaller in area, is the Kanzlerberg. A rich heritage and long history bound up with the Knights of St John and the Knights Templar, it allows through its chalky marl soil, the finesse of the Rieslings, and more recently, the Pinot-Gris, to shine through Read less

""Gewurz"" in German means spice. This Gewurtztraminer has a nose brimming with fruit and spice, and is rich and full in the mouth. It is traditionally enjoyed as an aperitif, with strong cheese (munster, roquefort...) or with desserts. Gustave Lorentz Gewurztraminer Reserve 2007 can be also enjoyed with spicy food, chinese food, sweet and sour dishes, mild curry and tandoori chicken. 13.5 % Alc.

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