Gewurztraminer

6 Products Found

Ataahua (Waipara) 2016 Gewurztraminer

Four Stars - Winestate Magazine
Four Stars - Michael Cooper
The 2013 vintage is a dry style (3.5 grams/litre of residual sugar), estate-grown and fermented in tanks (30 per cent) and seasoned oak barrels (70 per cent). Full of personality, it has mouthfilling body and good concentration of vibrant peach, ginger and spice flavours, showing some complexity. Already enjoyable, it's well worth cellaring." Michael Cooper
91/100 - The gorgeous bouquet is filled with tropical fruit, spice, floral and Turkish Delight aromas. It’s silky and rounded on the palate with lovely fruit intensity, nicely supported by integrated acidity. Varietaly expressive and flavoursome. At its best; now to 2016. (Sam Kim, Wine Orbit) 
A richly perfumed and weighty wine bursting with the distinctive aromas of lychees, sweet perfume and subtle spices.  The palate is slightly oily in texture with a concentrated gingery spiced flavour. 

$21.99

19% OFF

ERP $26.99

Charles Wiffen (Marlborough) 2013 Gewurztraminer

The Wiffen family have owned their Marlborough property  'St. Claire' since 1907. Situated on the Southern side of the Wairau valley floor. The property lies on free draining Alluvial soils with some pockets of richer soil.

The vineyard was first planted in 1980 with the first harvests being sold on to other wineries. 1997 saw the first release under the properties own Charles Wiffen label.

Off-dry in style. The nose shows notes of lychee, lemon zest, crushed lime leaf and rosewater. The palate is luscious and mouth-filling with a rich concentration, delicately balanced and exuding flavours of Turkish delight, lemon and spice. 

 

$22.99

8% OFF

ERP $24.99

Fairmont Estate (Wairarapa) 2017 Gewurztraminer

4.5 Stars and 91 Points - Sam Kim, Wine Orbit
"Classically perfumed perfumed on the nose showing mango. lychee, Turkish delight and potpourri aromas, followed by a succulent palate that is velvety and flavoursome. Bright, juicy and generous with a plush mouthfeel, finishing persistent and soothing. Up front, harmonious and delightful drinking. Now to 2020" Sam Kim 


All musk and turkish delight, this is a floral fresh and balanced Gewurtz. Rich, unctuous, off-dry, with yellow fruit and a citrus rounded mouthfeel.

This was a winner in our office!  Try with spicy food, and blue cheese.

$14.99

25% OFF

ERP $19.99

Lawson's Dry Hills (Marlborough) 2017 Gewurztraminer

If you are looking for good Gewurztraminer then Lawsons' would be a good place to start.

Pioneers of both the region and the variety. Apparently Kiwis cant get enough of this spicy wine!

Turkish delight flavours add to the wine’s complexity and give way to ripe tropical fruits on the mid-palate while the finish has a pithy lemon character. Long, concentrated and highly memorable.

 

$22.99

8% OFF

ERP $25.00

Lawson's Dry Hills (Marlborough) 2019 Pioneer Gewurztraminer

94 Points Cameron Douglas MS
"Seductive and complex bouquet with fragrant spices, forest flowers, sweet scented white fleshed fruits, caramelised citrus, apple then honeysuckle. Weighty, fleshy, silky and delicious on the palate. Finesse and charm, mouthfeel a fresh. Well-made and ready from today and through 2025+." (October 2020)

From Lawsons Dry Hills, Marlborough icon. From thirty five year old vines with trunks as thick as thighs, this unique wine embraces everything that is so good about Gewürztraminer. Hugely aromatic with a pronounced and pungent perfume, the ensuing palate is rich, weighty and oily with intense, lingering flavours of exotic fruits and spices. Haunting, unwavering and highly desirable.

$29.99

ERP $30.00

Main Divide (Waipara) 2019 Gewurztraminer

93/100 Cameron Douglas MS, June 2020 (2019 Vintage)

91/100 Sam Kim, Wine Orbit, May 2020 (2019 Vintage)

90/100 Bob Campbell MW, The Real Review, June 2020 (2019 Vintage)

Winery description

"A classic North Canterbury summer then enabled this smaller crop to mature beautifully. Accelerated ripening allowed harvest to take place slightly earlier than usual, and favourable autumn weather ensured the grapes were picked in perfect condition.

The wine is lemon-straw in colour, with intense varietal aromas of lychee, quince, ginger, honeysuckle and spice. The palate is rich and unctuous, yet there remains a lively freshness and vibrancy. Pre-ferment skin contact has added structure and ripe phenolics, giving the wine satisfying length and balancing its off dry finish."

$16.99
When you buy 12 or more

18% OFF

ERP $21.99

Single bottle: $17.99