“A luscious nose of dried mangoes, pineapple, dried peaches, lemon meringue, and some fresh grapefruit and limes to boot. Full-bodied with tons of fruit on the oily, dense palate, but only off-dry and with cutting, agile acidity. Phenolic and powerful.”
“This is very fresh and vibrant for a gewurtz, showing yellow apples, lemon meringue, honeysuckle and peach pit. Full-bodied and oily on the palate, but this far from being a dense example of this variety, opting instead for focused, layered fruit and some refreshing acidity.”
“Beautifully fragrant and redolent of honeysuckle and tropical fruit. The honey-like intensity is incredible. This medium-weight white shows a distant trace of residual sugar. It would make a nice pairing with rice pudding and raisins.”
Tramin - Wine Advocate
“Shows a golden-amber color with pretty copper highlights. This profoundly fragrant dessert wine would make a great pairing partner next to aged cheese or live pâté. The bouquet is intriguing and complex with aromas of candied fruit and honey followed by dried sage leaf and spring flowers. This vintage also shows enhanced freshness that adds to the elegantly direct and sharp delivery of this wine. The grapes are air-dried, and some have been concentrated naturally by botrytis cinerea.” (Special Order)
“Signature aromas of lychee, yellow rose and lanolin. Rich mid-palate and a long, long finish with good acidity and great fruit persistence. Great varietal character, this is always one of the finest whites wines of Italy every year.”
The Gentleman, a monthly magazine from Italian publisher Class Editori, announced its rankings for the 100 Top Italian white and sweet wines in 2019. The first place white is TRAMIN Nussbaumer Gewürztraminer Alto Adige DOC 2016.
The Gentleman, a monthly magazine from Italian publisher Class Editori, announced its rankings for the 100 Top Italian white and sweet wines in 2019. For the sweet wines, TRAMIN Terminum Vendemmia Tardiva DOC 2015 got seventh place.
In “Through the Wine Looking Glass: 2018 in Review,” Ian D’Agata looks back at 2018 and the large role wine played in his life last year. He lists some of his favorite wines of the year, including: TRAMIN Terminum Vendemmia Tardiva DOC 2015 - Best Italian Sweet Wine of the Year
“Vivid gold. A touch of volatile acidity adds freshness to the super-sweet aromas and flavors of tropical fruit, honey and vanilla. Could use more acidity for better lift, but this is a very pure, lovely sweet wine.”
“Bright golden yellow. Highly perfumed, aromatic nose offers fresh pear, yellow plum, mushrooms and lychee; very Alsatian in style. Citrus zest and tropical fruit flavors boast fine balance and focus. The 2016 Gewürztraminer Nussbaumer finishes with noteworthy cut and tropical fruit-driven thrust.”