Willowbrook Langhorne Creek Gewurztraminer 2015
  • Sweeter-styled white with luscious fruit scents
  • Lychee, Turkish delight and rosewater
  • The perfect wine for spicy Asian cuisine

Willowbrook Langhorne Creek Gewurztraminer 2015 x12

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Made in a sweeter style, this offers outstandingly aromatic qualities of tropical fruit with lychee, rosewater, orange blossom and hints of spice. It's perfect with spicy Asian cuisine such as Thai salads, Malaysian curries and Indonesian braised meat dishes.

Wine Region

LANGHORNE CREEK

Drink Until

2019

Varieties

Gewurztraminer

Alcohol

12.0%

Foods

Spicy Asian cuisine, seafood or asparagus dishes.

Oak

Unoaked.

Colour

Bright pale straw.

Nose

Distinct lychee and perfume aromas with hints of spice in the background.

Palate

These characters carry through onto the palate which is in the drier spectrum of Gewurztraminers. Displays definite lychee-like flavours. It has a lovely mouthfeel, coupled with crisp acidity. An early drinking style.

Background

Gewurztraminer is a German word for spicy, which sums up the grape's taste. A great partner for Asian cuisines but also on its own or as an aperitif. Gewurztraminer flourishes in the cooler conditions of this region, producing distinctly aromatic wines. Best enjoyed young but has the ability to age in a way similar to Rieslings, rich, honeyed complex wines.

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