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Simonsig Gewurztraminer, Stellenbosch, South Africa 2018

Simonsig Gewurztraminer, Stellenbosch, South Africa 2018

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Simonsig Estate was the first cellar to release a Gewürztraminer in South Africa. First planted in 1973, Simonsig has built a highly successful track record. A notoriously difficult variety to grow and its small bunches and extremely low yield explains why there are only 122 hectares in South Africa. Gewürz means spice in German and Tramin is a town in the Trentino Alto Adige region of Northern Italy. This vibrant Gewürztraminer displays a bright straw colour. Attractive notes of Turkish delight and lime leaf on the nose. Intense flavours of litchi, rose petal and citrus coats the slightly sweet palate. Sweet aromatics and spice are beautifully balanced by fresh acidity and finesse. A delicious semi-sweet Gewürztraminer which can be enjoyed when youthful and fresh but it can age beautifully and gain superb complexity after 4 to 6 years.

Pairing suggestion Serve well chilled as a sundowner on a summer’s day. This beautifully balanced Gewuztraminer is the ideal companion to dan dan noodles, Kung Pao chicken, or a Szechuan-style hot pot, and a no-brainer to pair with heavily-spiced dishes such as tandoori chicken or jalfrezi. Peanuts, coconut milk and sweetness of the palm sugar in a spicy peanut Thai Panang beef curry goes together just as well. And the residual sugar makes it a perfect pairing with smoked cheeses or fresh desserts and crème brûlée. The trick here is to not overcomplicate things, a simple dessert allows the wine to shine.

Grape Variety 100% Gewürztraminer

Alc. 12.8%    RS 27.6 g/ℓ    pH 3.22    ta 5.4 g/ℓ  

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