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2011 GEWÜRZTRAMINER Late Harvest, Anderson Valley

2011 GEWÜRZTRAMINER Late Harvest, Anderson Valley
Wine Specs
Vintage
2011
Varietal
100% Gewurztraminer
Appellation
Anderson Valley, Mendocino County
Acid
6.9 g/L
PH
3.29
Aging
Stainless Steel Tank-aged
Residual Sugar
19.4 Brix
Alcohol %
11.2%

2011 GEWÜRZTRAMINER Late Harvest, Anderson Valley

A succulent and deliciously spicy white wine loaded with aroma and flavor, made in a “Noble Rot”, dessert, or very sweet style.

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10% CASE (12 btl.) DISCOUNT APPLIED AT CHECKOUT.

MULTIPLE AWARD WINNER-2013 San Francisco Chronicle Sweepstakes Winner/ Best in Class Dessert Wine category
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$39.00
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SKU: WD4005
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$468.00
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Wine Profile
Tasting Notes
Very complex and intriguing aromas of honey and apricot from the noble rot “botrytis cinerea” show on the nose, with honeysuckle and a floral note of rose petals. It is very succulent and rich on the palate, and balanced with crisp acidity.
Awards
Sweepstakes Winner/ Best in Class (Dessert Wine category) - 2013 San Francisco Chronicle International Wine Competition ♦ Best of Show - 2013 American Fine Wine Competion
Food Pairing Notes
Ideal with after dinner desserts of chocolate torte, crème brulee or baked fruit with an artisanal cheese selection.
Production
2,964 cases (12 x 375mL)
Product Reviews
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Matthew
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(Nov 2, 2012 at 1:51 PM)
We first tried this as part of our sampling back in 2011 while we were there for our Honeymoon. We bought two bottles for the week and when we got back home we knew we'd want more. For our one year anniversary we bought three more bottles, and the year definitely made it stronger than last year.

My wife and I are not big drinkers at all, and so this wine is just perfect to have small glasses with desserts and other sweet goodies.

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jeneth
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(Dec 22, 2012 at 5:22 PM)
I was not a wine drinker but since I tasted the dessert wines from the Castle... and it started my love for it. And I love this wine the most... still has a hard time pronouncing the name, but I'm proud to give them away as gifts, especially to my boss :)

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Ulrike Ward
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(May 21, 2013 at 11:27 AM)
had a taste of this wine a couple of days ago, purchased one bottle, wish i had purchased a whole case of it. i usually more of a red wine drinker, but i have to admit, this one is absolutely wonderful...i love sweet wines.

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Kate Gilbertson
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(May 28, 2013 at 12:36 PM)
This wine was one of the 5 I tasted last week during our visit to the castle. It is very sweet and smooth, which is my favorite kind of wine. I had never had a Gewurztraminer before, but this tasting got me starting on looking for them on menus and wine stores back in MN. Amazing wine, would be perfect with cheesecake! The only downfall is that the bottle is half the size of a regular bottle of wine, which is why I purchased a bottle of the Fantasia instead.

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Atul Rastogi
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(Dec 31, 2013 at 8:58 AM)
We tasted this wine and liked the taste of it as well it goes well with any spicy food if you like. It is good for ladies who do not enjoy more dry wines. However, a downside that it is too expensive for the taste while many cheaper versions of compatible wines available. 375ml for $ 40. One of the most expensive wines. On your purchase order it does not show you the size also when you go for the tasting at the castle they pour you from a 750 ml bottle. On ordering you get 375 ml for $ 39 a piece. Smooth wine deceiving selling tactics.

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