Gewürztraminer "Praesulis", Markus Prackwieser Gump
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Gewürztraminer "Praesulis", Markus Prackwieser Gump - 2021

Item # 39237 750mL

Gewürztraminer is one of the most polarizing grapes around as it's a love or hate relationship with this aromatic wine. This bottle is certainly a most elegant and well-made version so we're convinced many of you who like strong aromas will appreciate this bottle. After fermentation the wine rests in bottle for 8 months before releasing. Luscious, aromatic, dry and unoaked. This comes from the Prackwieser family which has owned Gump Hof for more than 200 years. Markus discovered his passion for wine in the mid-90s and took over the family heirloom from his father in the year 2000.

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Gewurztraminer is the red-headed step-child of wine varietals. It gets no love from the Sommeliers and wine geeks who act as arbiters of taste. However, in the hands a supremely talented winemaker like Markus Prackwieser it can express terroir and its varietal characteristics as well as any other international varietal, perhaps even better. Honey, flowers and spice waltz on the palate and nose. Typically, lower acid, it is a decadent treat. You'll never confuse this wine for anything else.

- EG


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