Winexpert Limited Edition Pinot Grigio Gewürztraminer shows off the creativity of their Winemaker! This unique duo creates a juicy and refreshing wine with a kiss of sweetness and loads of character. Alluring aromas of stone fruit and lychee precede a surge of juicy peach and bright citrus flavours. A second sip starts to open the palate revealing underlying flavours of lychee, cantaloupe, and light notes of ginger spice and lemon zest. A must-have for any white wine lover.
This wine’s signature food pairing is peanut chicken satay but it’s also a great match for spicy tuna rolls, roasted vegetables, or brie and fig crostini.
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Arrives March 2023. Labels included.
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Explore the world’s most distinguished wine growing regions with the Winexpert LE collection; a limited edition series that celebrates the unique, the exciting and the very best – from classic varietals to exceptional blends. Available by reservation only, this annual showcase features hidden gems in limited quantities. Our most sought-after craft winemaking kit, it’s a one-of-a-kind global adventure you don’t want to miss. From this box to your bottle in just 6-8 weeks.
Although not an easy grape to grow- it is definitely worth the effort. Gewürztraminer is unmistakable in its heady, aromatic intensity, with a fragrance of lychee, tropical fruit and even rose petals. A very unique off-dry wine that is very, very drinkable. It’s a perfect wine to enjoy with spicy dishes and is a treat with a simple snack like salted nuts or potato chips.
Known as Pinot Gris in France, this cousin of the Chardonnay grape is now more readily known as Pinot Grigio (the Italian version). Pinot Gris typically offers good fruit and medium body while Pinot Grigio wines are lively, zippy and crisp. Both are great with a variety of foods and are a great sipper on a hot summer day. Pinot Grigios and Pinot Gris are currently Canada's favourite white wines.
Grapes have long been a part of the Lodi landscape, where bountiful wild vines used to grow along riverbanks. From the first planted vines in the mid-1800s, the region has flourished into a world-class producer, with most of the land dedicated to red wine grape varieties. Lodi’s grapes benefit from a Mediterranean climate of warm days and cool nights, and a dry growing season which allows growers to precisely manage vine growth through irrigation. Two mountain-fed rivers run through the region bringing rich granite-based minerals to the soil which lend complex flavours to the grapes.
Off-Dry wines like Gewurztraminer have minimal sweetness which is not perceived by the average wine drinker- while providing an easy drinking characteristic that people enjoy.
Great for food, medium bodied wines typically have alcohol levels below 14% and less oak.
No oak is present as is the case for most whites, rosés and light, fruity reds.