Vintage 2016 / Reliable producer makes a crisp and fine Gewürztraminer. Lychees in smell and taste. Sweet touch that makes the taste lively. @Willem Jan Withagen showed me to drink and appreciate more Gewürztraminer. Paired this with melon and ham, zucchini, shrimps in homemade tomatosauce and blue d’auvergne. All went well. — 12 days ago
Stunning! This was misplaced alongside the “stickies” at our local purveyor (pusher?)—big mistake. This is first and foremost a great food wine. Sweetness tempered by acidity. Great nose of botrytis, wildflowers. Palate is true to type—pear, orange flower, honeysuckle, botrytis, with spicy finish. Buy buy buy... — 15 days ago
Another new favourite wine, off dry again: Dr Zenzen Noblesse Gewurtztraminer. Rose smell, nice peach and honey favours, lovely finish.
Simple easy drinking. I'm enjoying it with a good book! — a day ago
A lovely Gewurztraminer. Prominent orange peel on the nose along with floral notes. Exotic, long lasting fruit on the palate with well balanced structure. — 10 days ago
Liquid candy, sweet lychee, with subtle nutmeg spice. Super soft on the tongue but with some weight behind it. Fresh pear and thyme rounds it out. — 11 days ago
Another killer Wednesday Wine Committee lineup. As always, 1 sparkler, 3 whites, 4 reds and 1 dessert wine. All tasted blind.
I called this Alsatian Gewürztraminer. Loads of lychee & sweet lemon-lime. Low acidity but still had some spice on the finish that reminds me of the grape. Smells sweet, tastes mildly sweet. — 19 days ago
Lovely vendage tardive Gewurztraminer to finish last night, nicely sweet but not cloying, spicy and floral, great acidity, needs aging. — 5 days ago
Med yellow body. Very floral nose. Tastes sweeter than it is with honey lychee melon. Very smooth. This is a great wine — 9 days ago