The fruit from this block's vines is starting to show more spice that is derived from the increasing vine age. The wine is lemon-gold with a lightly honeyed nose of orange zest and blossoms, creme brulee, Turkish delight and some fruitcake spice. It has an oily texture with a firm backbone and robust flavours from lush pear to white peach, orange peel, cloves and comb honey. You lose little by drinking Gewurztraminer earlier than most other varieties, although a recent vertical tasting suggested they can be surprisingly long-lived. Our suggestion is for cellaring 1-5 years.
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