Corazón Gewürztraminer 2017

Dry and creamy with pear flavor. Very nice. — a day ago

Amelia Mowry, CSWLou Ann Mowry
with Amelia and Lou

Hugel et Fils

Gentil Alsace Sylvaner Blend 2021

Gentil "Hugel" 2021

Pale lemon color.
Aromas of citrus, pear, honeysuckle.
Off-dry. Flavors of lime, pear, honeysuckle, subtle herbs.

Intensity: 4/5
Complexity: 2/5
Balance: 4/5
Finish: 4/5
— a month ago

Tom liked this

Chateau Ste. Michelle

Columbia Valley Gewürztraminer

A fantastic riesling. Has a bite to it, not much sweetness at all. Really enjoyed— had to slow down while sipping! — 2 months ago

Domaine Zind Humbrecht

Turckheim Gewürztraminer 2021

Juicy lychee, white rose, nectarines, honeysuckle — a month ago

Eddie liked this

Hugel et Fils

Vendange Tardive Alsace Gewürztraminer 2015

What a gorgeous and aromatic Gewürztraminer from Alsace.

Sweet on the palate with high acidity to balance the sugars.

Showing delicious tropical fruits, honey, spices minerals.

This 9 year old will continue to age nicely in the next 20 years.

95 points.
— a month ago

Ron, Bob and 13 others liked this


Weisser Mulatschak Pinot Gris Blend

Field and Vine orange pinot gris — 2 months ago

Domaine Weinbach

Furstentum Alsace Grand Cru Gewürztraminer 2018

Faller Weinbach Fürstentum GWT 2018 heerlijk bij de indische pasteitjes en risolles !!!!! — 3 months ago

Rene, Peter and 1 other liked this

Swick Wines

Only Zuul Pinot Gris Gewürztraminer

Gorgeous amber color - fruit forward, kind of funky imo. — 18 days ago

Robert Sinskey Vineyards

Abraxas Scintilla Sonoma Vineyard White Blend 2014

Timothy Eustis

Tart. But fresh and charming. 2014 — 15 days ago

Tom liked this


Alsace Gewürztraminer 2018

Truncated party notes. Textbook Gewurz, but in the Trimbach style, meaning a bit drier and less viscous than the norm, with slightly better acids. I like the Trimbach Gewurz style (I wish more producers would emulate it.) — 2 months ago

Dan CasagrandeAngelo Casagrande
with Dan and Angelo
Angelo, Ray and 16 others liked this
Doug Powers

Doug Powers

@Tom Casagrande, agreed that Trimbach makes great (dry) Alsatian wines!!