Gewurztraminer, Mambourg, AOC Alsace Grand Cru – 2011 – Wine Review: Alsace a refuge in France-Germany border war – Springfield Business Journal
“Any mention of Alsatian wines without including Gewurztraminer would be tantamount to treason. Nowhere in the world does the Gewurztraminer grape take on such majesty as it does in Alsace. Put that together with a fine vintage year like 2011, and you have a winning combination.
“This wine is made from specially selected grapes, hand-picked from hillside vineyards in Alsace. The aroma is heavy with the scents of wild summer flowers, spice, banana and a hint of apricot, as is the flavor. The finish is long and heavy with the sensation of summer flowers.
“This wine is a great accompaniment for any spicy food, particularly spicy oriental foods. It also should be the wine of choice for any heavily spiced dish.”