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Cantina Bolzano Gewürztraminer Kleinstein 2018

Cantina Bolzano Gewürztraminer Kleinstein

2018
Alto Adige (Italy)

Cantina Bolzano Gewurztraminer Kleinstein is a white with character, complex and great structure. It...

x6 -11%

£16.40

/ btl 0.75 L

(£14.63 x6)

Details for Cantina Bolzano Gewürztraminer Kleinstein 2018

Type

Wine White

Origin

Grapes

Producer

Alcohol content

15.0%

Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2018

Review

Cantina Bolzano Gewurztraminer Kleinstein is a white with character, complex and great structure. It is presented in the glass with an intense straw yellow color with golden reflections. The nose reveals an aromatic bouquet of floral notes with rose and carnation petals, fruity notes of lychee, grapefruit and exotic fruits, with a light honey finish. The taste is intense, spicy, with a slight sweet aftertaste. Excellent meditation wine, on the table it pairs happily with shellfish, spicy dishes of Asian or European cuisine, semi-aged cheeses, speck.

Recommendations

  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 8ºC and 10ºC

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by: Daniele (12/06/2018) - Vintage 2016

Ottimo

Vino molto profumato gusto profondo e persistente abbinamento con pesce e crostacei . Consigliato vivamente,occasioni importanti cene tra amici. 🙂

by: Enrico Spano (17/01/2018) - Vintage 2016

È un gran buon vino!

Rispetto ad altri dello stesso vitigno, lo considero assolutamente il meglio. Questa annata ha però un ricordo di zucchero: dovrebbe ancora “fermentare” e divenire più secco, come l’ho conosciuto in altre annate. Così com’è per rimanendo ottimo, rischia di essere un vino da dessert, mentre “secco” è ottimo da pasto con carni bianche.