Bloomer Creek "Tanzen Dame" Edelzwicker
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Bloomer Creek "Tanzen Dame" Edelzwicker - 2016

Item # 35053 750mL
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Production Methods



Practicing Organic

Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard.

Tasting Notes

This family run operation has a prime spot overlooking Seneca Lake in the Finger Lakes region of New York. Their Edelzwicker is a blend of aromatic white grapes that is refreshing and delicious. It's a versatile wine that matches well with appetizers, vegetarian fare and seafood.

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Staff Pick Notes

In many respects, art and wine are one and the same as men & women illustrate their thoughts, emotions, and ideals on a palette with spectrums of color, tones, shades and styles. Sometimes easel, sometimes bottle; at times reflective, contemplative, surreal or expressive as this label is. Bloomer Creek is one of New York’s few wineries with natural practices. Their Tanzen Dame line, which translates to Dance, Lady in German, was created to celebrate German, Austrian and Alsatian winemaking. A blend of 50% Cayuga White (a Finger Lakes specialty), 45% Riesling and 5% Gewurztraminer, this carries aromas of gooseberry, tart green apple and lychee. Crisp and dry with flavors of lime zest, morning dew, lemongrass along with racy acidity, this is trocken raw and unhindered.


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