Gewürztraminer – is an aromatic wine grape variety, used in white wines, and performs best in cooler climates. The German name Gewürztraminer literally means “Spice Traminer” or “Perfumed Traminer”, and originally comes from the Alsace region in France. This grape variety is a mutation of the Savagnin blanc, also named Traminer in South Tyrol (northern Italy).
Body: medium body
Acidity: low acidity
Gewurztraminer rich fowl dishes, like Turkey, Duck, Foie Gras, or Goose. You’ll also find that Gewurztraminer goes well with German dishes like pork chops, roasted ham, non-spicy sausages, veal and sauerkraut.