Analemma Columbia Gorge Gewürztraminer 2012

9.33 ratings on Delectable
$29.99

Analemma, Gewurztraminer, 2012

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Jon Bonné Delectable Pro

Wine Editor San Francisco Chronicle

2012. A curious thang ...

2012. A curious thang ...

Butch Gage

Fantastic mineral driven domestic Gewurtztraminer.

Fantastic mineral driven domestic Gewurtztraminer.

9.3

Richard Lewis

Crisp acidity, beautiful floral notes - wicked!

Crisp acidity, beautiful floral notes - wicked!

9.2

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Says @Jon Bonné: Even if you know Washington wine, you likely don't know the Columbia Gorge. It’s a mostly undiscovered region and a magnet for talent like @Steven Thompson and Kris Fade, whose Analemma sits on the Oregon side (where they've planted what's apparently the first American vines of Spain's Mencia) but also taps one of Washington's oldest and most interesting vineyards, Atavus, to make very serious wines. Atavus, now biodynamically farmed, was planted in the 1960s at the very birth of Washington's wine industry. No one expected it to ripen well (it's in the Cascade foothills, not warmer eastern Washington), which is why Thompson found nearly 50-year-old Gewürztraminer vines. This isn't a spicy and plump Gewürz. It's subtle, aromatic and driven by an intense mineral side. #americanrebels

Says @Jon Bonné: Even if you know Washington wine, you likely don't know the Columbia Gorge. It’s a mostly undiscovered region and a magnet for talent like @Steven Thompson and Kris Fade, whose Analemma sits on the Oregon side (where they've planted what's apparently the first American vines of Spain's Mencia) but also taps one of Washington's oldest and most interesting vineyards, Atavus, to make very serious wines. Atavus, now biodynamically farmed, was planted in the 1960s at the very birth of Washington's wine industry. No one expected it to ripen well (it's in the Cascade foothills, not warmer eastern Washington), which is why Thompson found nearly 50-year-old Gewürztraminer vines. This isn't a spicy and plump Gewürz. It's subtle, aromatic and driven by an intense mineral side. #americanrebels

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