For those who don't believe that Gewurztraminer can age, they would be wrong as this wine shows. Deep golden in color. Clear and bright. A gorgeous nose of lychees with smokey notes and a slight sea air quality. This is slightly viscous. It gives the impression that this will be sweet but drinks more semi-sweet although with air, the sweetness comes out more. Thee palate has peaches with layers of fruit and minerals. Long finish. This is drinking beautifully at age 18. Seems like it could easily do another five to maybe ten more. Works great on its own and will work well with salads or even smoked meats.
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