The Gewürztraminer from the wine-growing region of Rheinhessen presents itself in the glass in brilliant shimmering copper gold. The first nose of Gewürztraminer reveals notes of pineapple, brioche and bananas. The fruity parts of the bouquet are joined by more fruity-balsamic nuances.
This wine delights with its juicy, fruity flavor. It was bottled with a generous 16.8 grams of residual sugar. Here it is a real quality wine, which clearly stands out from simpler qualities and so this German wine enraptures naturally with all lushness with the finest balance. Kein Gewürztraminer can rightly be described as exceptionally fruity and velvety, having been vinified with a wonderfully sweet flavor profile. On the palate, the texture of this light-bodied white wine is wonderfully melting and velvety. Finally, on the finish, this youthful wine from the wine-growing region of Rheinhessen delights with considerable length. Once again, hints of stewed pears and pineapple show through.
Vinification of the Hans Baer Gewürztraminer
This wine clearly focuses on one grape variety, and that is Gewürztraminer. Only the best grape material was brought in for this wonderfully elegant varietal wine from Hans Baer. The grapes for this white wine from Germany, when perfectly ripe, are harvested particularly quickly and at the coolest possible time of day to preserve their aromas. After the harvest, the grapes immediately enter the press house. Here they are selected and carefully broken up. Fermentation then takes place in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperatures. Fermentation is followed by aging on the fine lees for several months before the wine is finally bottled.
Food recommendation for the Gewürztraminer from Hans Baer
This German wine is best enjoyed very well chilled at 5 - 7°C. It is perfect as an accompanying wine to blackberry cream dessert, yogurt mousse with poppy seeds or spring rolls with minced meat filling.
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