A Great Wine with Spice and Charisma

With its scent of rose petals, cloves, lychees, and other tropical fruits as well as a luxuriant texture, is the Gewürztraminer a fascinating variant of grape. The Alto Adige winegrowing village of Tramin (Termeno in Italian) appears to have lent its name to the Gewürztraminer variety. “Traminer” was a term known throughout the entire German-speaking world as early as the thirteenth century. Today, this aromatic white is one of the most sought-after of Alto Adige’s wines.
608 hectares (1502.4 acres)
the area of cultivation for Gewürztraminer
out of the total area of cultivation in Alto Adige
Serving temperature
10° C. (50° F.)
12° C. (54° F.)
Pairs with
fresh water fish
vegetable dishes
blue cheeses
Preferred location
Loamy soils rich in lime in warm, well-ventilated locations in the southern part of Alto Adige.
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Other relatives
Additional White Wine Varieties in Alto Adige
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