The Spiced One
The word “Gewürz” means spiced in German, which is fitting as the main and most intriguing characteristic of this wine is its subtle spice, aromatics, and minerality. Commonly referred to as a German varietal, this wine is crafted in the Alsatian-style of a dry white wine. It has a light hint of residual sugar, making this wine a perfect pairing with spicy cuisine or by itself.
A Classic cool climate German Gewurztraminer, this old-vine white wine is often referred to as Hyland’s quintessential white wine. The wine is made in a bone-dry style with natural sweetness coming from the grape. This wine is floral and vibrant with so much going on in every sip. That’s what happens when you have the state’s oldest gewürztraminer growing at nearly 700 feet above sea level.