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2012 Domaine Zind Humbrecht, Gewurztraminer

Regular price $35
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2012 Domaine Zind Humbrecht, Gewurztraminer

Regular price $35
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Vinous

Vinous

89

Bright yellow. Pure if exotic aromas of lichee, white flowers and smoke. At once dense and bright, with strong tropical fruit and floral flavors firmed by a stony underpinning and well-integrated acidity. Finishes bright and long, with juicy acidity and a repeating stony nuance. “We try to harvest these grapes at a moderate ripeness level so that the wine isn’t too sweet, but it’s not always easy because in France they specifically ask for sweet Gewürztraminers, said Humbrecht, adding that that’s because they don’t really drink them with food except for desserts or aged cheeses. These grapes come from the Herrenweg site and other areas around Turckheim. Classically dry, this wine has only two grams per liter of residual sugar.

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Vinous

Vinous

89

Bright yellow. Pure if exotic aromas of lichee, white flowers and smoke. At once dense and bright, with strong tropical fruit and floral flavors firmed by a stony underpinning and well-integrated acidity. Finishes bright and long, with juicy acidity and a repeating stony nuance. “We try to harvest these grapes at a moderate ripeness level so that the wine isn’t too sweet, but it’s not always easy because in France they specifically ask for sweet Gewürztraminers, said Humbrecht, adding that that’s because they don’t really drink them with food except for desserts or aged cheeses. These grapes come from the Herrenweg site and other areas around Turckheim. Classically dry, this wine has only two grams per liter of residual sugar.