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Fresh citrus on the nose. Off-dry. Goes very well with sushi. Read more
This wine's nose was bursting with honeysuckle. It was intoxicating! Quite dry for such an aromatic nose - it was deceiving! There was nice lych... Read more
Excellent value. Lychee and spice with a long finish. Read more
Food Pairings for Husch Gewürztraminer Anderson Valley
Fresh citrus on the nose. Off-dry. Goes very well with sushi.
This wine's nose was bursting with honeysuckle. It was intoxicating! Quite dry for such an aromatic nose - it was deceiving! There was nice lychee flavor, followed up with a fairly spicy finish. This was just perfect with a spicy Asian beef salad.
Excellent value. Lychee and spice with a long finish.
External Reviews for Husch Gewürztraminer Anderson Valley
The 2006 vintage consists of fruit from three distinct picks harvested over the course of a week. As always we start the pick in the early morning so we can begin the winemaking process with cool juice. After two days of tank settling, the aromatic
We produce a late harvest Gewurztraminer only in the years when the growing conditions are favorable. The harvest of 2006, with unseasonably warm weather, allowed us to leave the fruit on the vine until the last days of October. With rain in the
Gewurztraminer is one of the grapes that got Anderson Valley through as a wine region until the Pinot Noir kicked in and people in expensive cars started rolling through the valley looking for red wine. Before that, we drank the Riesling, the Chardonnay, and, yes oh yes, the Gewurz. Husch has vines of the variety planted as far back as 1968, which give classic Alsatian floral and spice qualities – always a good thing with otherwise lightweight white wines.This particular bottling has very little color, so your first clue that it’s the real deal comes when you sniff the pears, white peaches and petrol notes mingled with lilies and strawflowers. In your mouth you get all these confected into the perfect late summer wine: light and refreshing, alternately gripping your palate and gliding across it, and keeping the fruit alive and cool long in the finish. All this for only fourteen bucks, friends, and summer doesn’t official end until September 22nd.
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