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Domaine Zind Humbrecht Gewürztraminer 2015

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Domaine Zind Humbrecht Gewürztraminer 2015
$29.99
$25.49

SKU 59430

750ml

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The nose exhibits the classic aromatics. Ripe fruits and floral aromatics with a presence of spices. The mouth is rich but remains harmonious, mostly thanks to the very dry finish. The finish shows freshness and low acidity. It is already very easy to drink. Food Pairing: Foie Gras, white meat with cream-based sauce.
Category White Wine
Varietal
Region France, Alsace
Brand Domaine Zind Humbrecht
Alcohol/vol 14%
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Wine SpectatorThis is textbook Gewürztraminer, with ample rose petal and lychee aromatics, a dry, lacy texture and hints of pink grapefruit sorbet, lemon curd and ground ginger. Fresh and accessible, with a clean-cut, minerally finish.

Alison Napjus, November 15, 2017
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Wine EnthusiastThe nose hints at richly golden fruit: ripe peach and glowing mirabelle. A floral tone of honeysuckle hovers. The palate comes in with clean, earthy and lemon-concentrated force, leaving the palate tingling with lemon zest and pith. The finish is just about dry but utterly clean-cut. All of this is more about texture than aroma.

Anne Krebiehl, August 1, 2017
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Wine AdvocateThe intensely colored 2015 Alsace Gewurztraminer Turckheim displays a beautifully clear, precise and aromatic, also pure and mineral bouquet with spicy flavors intertwined with ripe orange aromas. Round, ripe and highly elegant on the palate, this is a full-bodied, silky textured, intense and seductive Gewurz with a firm but very fine tannin structure and remarkable complexity in the long, perfectly balanced finish. Picked in different vineyards around Turckheim on September 21st and 22nd, this a picture-book Alsace Gewurztraminer was bottled with just 2.3 grams of residual sugar and 13.9% alcohol. The total acidity is just 3.6 grams per liter (pH of 3.8), but this doesn't matter. "We shouldn't forget that Gewurztraminer is a red wine with a white color," says Olivier Humbrecht, arguing that the grape's phenols are as high as in Pinot Noir. "We have to speak about the quality of the tannins when it comes to Gewurztraminer, instead of acidity."

Stephan Reinhardt, February 28, 2017