The Gewürztraminer has an intense, golden yellow color with a deep bouquet of complex aromas such as lychee, orange peel, cloves, nutmeg and rose. The wine needs rest for a few moments in the glass to fully express at its best. The palate is full and stimulating thanks to its structure, freshness and vivacity, with a slightly bitter and persistent final note. The Gewürztraminer achieves its complete evolution only after several months of aging in the bottle.
The must, after a short period of maceration (skin contact), is fermented at a low temperature in stainless steel tanks. Afterwards the wine ages on its yeasts with frequent battonage (keeping the yeast in suspension) for about six months before bottling.
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