Texan pronunciation: (Guh-voorts-truh-meener).
The German name Gewürztraminer literally means "Spice Traminer", of the ancient Traminer variety. We call it "The Little Spicy One" because in German, "Gewürz" means "herb" or "spice".
This beautiful wine tends to be known for it's striking aromatics and lower acidity. When enjoying a Gewürztraminer you’ll find fruit flavors of berries and citrus with many complex aromatics including Ruby Red grapefruit, rose petal, ginger and even a slight a smoky aroma. Best served cold with a white meat such as Chicken, Pork, Shrimp and Crab.
Now you can add refreshing Gewürztraminer options to your tasting menu with no minimum purchase. Shiners are the perfect way to build or supplement your bottled wine inventory. There is no minimum order for shiners but please contact us to learn about the most efficient quantities for shipping or for your particular purchasing situation.
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|Gewürztraminer, Dry White||Texas High Plains||200122||$82.00/case|
|Pink Gewurztraminer, Semi Sweet||Texas High Plains||191205||$82.00/case|
|Pink Gewurztraminer, Carbonated||Texas High Plains||190731||$88.00/case|
As with all of our shiners and contract bottling, COLA must be submitted by TCWW for a one time fee of $120.00 per application. Shiners are available for permitted wineries only and sold First Come, First Served. Find more information and a full list of available shiners.
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