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Franz Haas Gewürztraminer 2019

Franz Haas Gewürztraminer

2019
Alto Adige (Italy)
92
SUCKLING

This Gewürztraminer shows an intense golden yellow color with a deep bouquet of complex aromas such ...

17.35

/ btl 0.75 L

Details for Franz Haas Gewürztraminer 2019

Type

Wine White

Origin

Grapes

Producer

Alcohol content

13.5%

Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2019

Review

This Gewürztraminer shows an intense golden yellow color with a deep bouquet of complex aromas such as lychee, orange peel, cloves, nutmeg and rose. The wine must rest for a few moments in the glass to express itself at its best. On the palate it is full and stimulating thanks to its structure, freshness and liveliness, with a slightly bitter and very persistent final note. The wine goes perfectly with liver pate, grilled white meats, shellfish as well as numerous Asian dishes.

Food pairing

White meats / Liver / Crostacei

Tasting notes

  • ViewGiallo dorato
  • Bouquet:Nutmeg / Lychee / Roses / Orange peel / Chiodi di garofano
  • Mouth:Fresh / Vivacious / Modern / Strutturato

Recommendations

  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 6ºC and 8ºC

Franz Haas

Franz Haas

The Pinot Noir vineyards belonging to Franz Haas are the highest in the Alto Adige and grow where the demands of the altitude require a viticulture that's arduous and downright difficult. Since 1880 this family-run winery, one of the most firmly-rooted in this region, has shown dedication and respect in their work with the varieties which adapt best to the location's extreme conditions; among them is the Pinot Noir, with Franz Haas being one of its greatest interpreters. T...