Dry, aromatic wine with fresh pineapple and ginger spice
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G-e-w-ü-r-z-t-r-a-m-i-n-e-r. As tricky to spell as it is to grow. Finicky – it tends to set very different crop levels each year – from less than a ton-per-acre to five or more. Plus, it’s very sensitive to damage as it ripens in late September and early October. This means it takes more man-hours per acre than other varieties to grow it properly. Not every region that grows gewürztraminer manages to bring out its unique aromas and flavors of rose petals, tea, nutmeg, lychee and grapefruit. Fortunately, the North Fork is one place where gewürztraminer tends to over-deliver on its varietal promise.
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