Category Archives: Gewurztraminer

Spicy and suave – the Alsatian sensation – Hugel gewürztraminer

Those who follow the Tigchandler blog will know of my passion for this noble grape – gewürztraminer. This is how the Tig blog was born, reviewing New Zealand’s Brookfields and Coopers Creek gewürztraminers. New Zealand continues to excite with stunning … Continue reading

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Better or wurzer?

  On my trip to NZ earlier this year I came across a wurzer, a wine I had never heard of – so I had to have it, especially as it had a name similar to one of my favourite … Continue reading

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Dry, spicy – ask Bananas

Bananas – my beanie bag spider monkey from Cairns – not a shy retiring character as you can see – is so bananas about my latest NZ gewürz he had to pose with it before he let me taste. And … Continue reading

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Get into it! Oh boy…

OK so my veneer is very thin – my main reason for this blog – to share my passion for wine. I know there are lots of us out there – now there’s one more! I am just polishing off … Continue reading

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