Lamoreaux Landing Gewürztraminer Finger Lakes 2009
As famous as the Finger Lakes are for their Rieslings, I found the Gewurztraminers to be the highlights of my trip. This one has an astonishingly floral nose; it's silky-smooth on the palate with a clean, dry finish. A great food wine.Add winemaker's notes
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As famous as the Finger Lakes are for their Rieslings, I found the Gewurztraminers to be the highlights of my trip. This one has an astonishingly floral nose; it's silky-smooth on the palate with a clean, dry finish. A great food wine.
Smoky, spicy flavors dominate this dry gewurztraminer. A tailor-made fit for Chinese food and pork roast.
Lamoreaux Landing has a track record for producing some of the finest wines in the Finger Lakes Region. Their 1999 Gewürtztraminer could be their best wine to date. The wine opens with a complex nose of rose petals, pear, and cinnamon that leads to cantaloupe and apricot on the pallet, and a full finish showing lots of spice. Pair this fine wine with your favorite Oriental dish and enjoy!
A harmonious melody of tropical fruits with lychee nut, apricot and pineapple notes floating on a velvety mouthfeel. After a blink of peach in the end, the finish is long and well balanced. Fermented dry, it is a perfect match for Asian foods.
A perfect alternative to Riesling - try this Gewurztraminer from Lamoreaux Landing and be prepared to encounter bright melon, pear and citrus, with higher alcohol levels and a heftier body than most. You might also encounter subtle notes of ginger, spice and a bit of bright hay on the finish. Uniquely created to balance the best aspects of Riesling with heavier whites like Chardonnay - try with salad, appetizers or dessert.