The white grape variety is by far the most common variety of the Traminer. The Gewürztraminer was first mentioned under this name by Johann Christian Butcher (1789-1852) in 1827 as a rare variety from the Rheingau. The vine is particularly vulnerable to viral diseases what in the meantime through selection of resistant Clone was solved. (https://glossary.wein-plus.eu/gewurztraminer)
Gewurztraminer produces white wines rich in extract and alcohol with often slightly reddish copper tone varietal, intense aromas musk (musqué), bitter orange, lychee (lychee tree), marzipan and roses.
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