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 Gewürztraminer

Gewürztraminer

Glossary term

Gewürztraminer

The white variety is by far the most common Variety of Traminer or French savagnin, although with respect to berry color, aroma, leaf shape and grape size, morphology differ somewhat, but the almost same DNA have low genetic differences and thus should be considered as a varietal. There are three Traminertypen savagnin Rose Aromatique = Gewürztraminer (this German name is surprisingly also international practice) or Gewurztraminer with aromatic red or orange berries; savagnin rose with red-brown berries; well savagnin Blanc = Yellow or White Traminer with rather odorless yellow-green berries (based general information see

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