Definition of gewürztraminer
: a light dry Alsatian white wine with a spicy bouquet; also : a similar wine made elsewhere
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Among Idaho’s sipping strengths are dry whites such as viognier, riesling, pinot gris/pinot grigio — and some surprises along the way such as albariño and gewurztraminer.
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Origin and Etymology of gewürztraminer
German, variety of grape, from Gewürz spice + Traminer, variety of grape, from Tramin (Termeno, Italy)
First Known Use: circa 1950See Words from the same year
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