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Wine Guide > Corison Wines > Corazón Gewürztraminer

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2004 Corazón Gewürztraminer
Anderson Valley

Each year I produce a small lot of Gewürztraminer from a 30-year-old vineyard in the Anderson Valley, which is clearly the best area in California for the variety. Inspired by Alsatian wines, the Corazon is fermented to dryness. Made this way, Gewürztraminer cries out for food.

The 2004 is my favorite Corazón Gewürztraminer to date. Budbreak was early in 2004 and the rest of the season continued apace, resulting in the earliest harvest in anyone's memory. The ripening season was very even, with no extreme heat spikes, yielding grapes of uncommon intensity. Complex aromas include pear, honeysuckle, honeycomb, wildflowers, lychee, grapefruit zest and chamomile. The flavors are rich with citron and vanilla flavors and subtle spice notes. Creamy and full in the mouth, it has a long crisp finish.

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