Traminer 2022 AOC Vully (70cl)
Discover Traminer du Vully, an exceptionally elegant dry white wine made from the ancient, aromatic Savagnin rose grape variety. Its golden colour reveals an aromatic bouquet rich in exotic notes of lychee and rose petals, evoking a captivating sensory journey. On the palate, the fusion between the sweet freshness of lychee, the delicacy of rose petals and the spicy nuances of yellow curry creates a harmonious complexity, while the lingering finish leaves an impression of refinement and purity. This wine pairs beautifully with a variety of dishes, such as spicy chicken curry, full-bodied blue cheese, apple pie or spicy Asian dishes.
For the best experience, serve Traminer du Vully slightly warmer than classic white wines, at a temperature of 10 to 12°C, to reveal the full depth of its aromas. For gourmets who enjoy meringues with double cream, a serving temperature of 5 to 7°C will magnify its characteristics even more. Immerse yourself in a taste adventure rich in nuance and elegance with Traminer du Vully, a declaration of tradition and quality.
Traminer or Savagnin rose aromatique is an ancient grape variety, known for its ability to adapt to different terroirs. It produces a wine with complex, fruity aromas. Traminer du Vully is a dry white wine of exceptional elegance. Its golden colour reveals an aromatic bouquet dominated by exotic notes of lychee and rose petal. On the palate, this wine is beautifully complex, perfectly combining the freshness of the lychee and the delicacy of the rose petal with notes of yellow curry. The finish is persistent, leaving an impression of refinement and purity.
- Chicken curry
- Blue cheese
- Apple pie
- Foie gras
- Spicy Asian dishes
Traminer is an aromatic white wine that can be served slightly warmer than other white wines to bring out its complexity. A serving temperature of 10 to 12°C is recommended.
For lovers of double cream meringues, a serving temperature of 5 to 7°C is ideal.
History of the grape variety
Traminer and Gewürztraminer are two closely related grape varieties, but they differ significantly in terms of aroma and flavour.
Traminer: Also known as Savagnin rose, Traminer is an ancient grape variety native to the Tyrol region of Italy. It produces wines that are generally lighter and less aromatic than Gewürztraminer. Traminer wines often have notes of citrus fruit, green apple and minerals, with more pronounced acidity.
Gewürztraminer: Gewürztraminer is in fact a mutation of Traminer, which is mainly found in Alsace. The word “Gewürz” means “spicy” in German, a reference to the aromatic intensity of this grape variety. Gewürztraminer wines are known for their powerful aromas of lychee, rose, exotic fruit and spices. They are generally fuller-bodied and less acidic than Traminer wines.
It is important to note that the style and aromatic profile of these wines can vary depending on the terroir and climate of the region where they are grown. In Alsace, for example, Gewürztraminer is often made into a rich, almost sweet wine, while in Italy it can be drier and more subtle.
13,0 % Vol Alc
Vin sec surprenant en intensité floral et fruité avec une belle acidité
Gourmet and slightly spicy dish, meringues with double cream