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This unusual expression of Gewurztraminer is done in a style that is off-dry, with subtle notes of typical Gewurztraminer characteristics. Aromas of ginger, rose petals and green melon meld with subtle flavours of clove spice, ginger, lychee and rose, and is balanced by bright acidity.
Pairing Notes: Pair with stinky soft cheeses, thai green curry, ginger beef. Chill to 10 C.
Awards & Ratings
- John Schreiner, August 5th 2014
- 2015 All Canadian Wine Championships, Silver
- National Wine Awards of Canada 2015, Silver Medal
- InterVin International Wine Awards 2015, Silver Medal
GOLD (94 POINTS) ~ 2015 Los Angeles Wine Competition
SILVER ~ 2015 Riverside International Wine Competition
SILVER ~ 2015 Northwest Wine Summit
MWC 2015-07-30Wine expert Ben MacPhee-Sigurdson pairs this wine with poutine on the MWC Wine Blog: "There’s plenty of spice here, but overall the ingredients indicate that a red wine wouldn’t cut it. But... More
MWCWine expert Ben MacPhee-Sigurdson pairs this wine with poutine on the MWC Wine Blog: "There’s plenty of spice here, but overall the ingredients indicate that a red wine wouldn’t cut it. But the super-fresh Bench 1775 2014 Gewürztraminer is your secret wine weapon for pairing with this out-there poutine. The wine brings intense spice, peach, tangerine, ginger, apricot, and lychee – all in a mostly dry, crisp palate." You can read the whole post here: http://mywinecanada.com/wineblog/pair-wine-poutine/