Tasted wine was Lind Gewürztraminer Trocken Spätlese with 100% of Gewürztraminer grape from Weingut Lind. (winegut = winery)
The wine growing estate Ökonomierat Lind is situated in the South of the wine growing area of the Palatinate, in the area known as the “Südliche Weinstraße” (the southern wine road). The eco-wine guide-lines of Weingut Lind go much further than the European guide-lines for bio- logical agriculture. Using the rare “sur lie” method ensures that wines remain on the fineyeast until bottling and through this absorb more minerals, vitamins and bioactive substances. This long “mother-child contact” and a biological reduction of the acidity guarantee that the wine is harmoniously and well-balanced.
Deep yellow with some green apple and raisin, no visible acidity.
Aroma of grape comes up strongly. Even some noble rot which is typical to some sweet wines. Spices and raisin.
Dry, tastes of typical gewürztraminer grapes. Used menthod has reduced the acidity. Some spices and flowers.
Facts and figures:
|Alcohol:||12,5% by volume|
|Energy:||80 kcal/100 ml (340 kJ/100 ml)|
This wine is suitable with white fishes and white meats. Because typical taste of grape is quite strong I would not recommend this wine for aperitif.
REVIEW: OVERALL GRADE 3/5 – BANG FOR THE BUCK ++ / +++