“Selida” meaning “small farmstead” in Old German is a tribute to the longstanding culture of smallholdings that still constitute the strength of Cantina Tramin. Expect a wealth of flavours including flowers, dried herbs, ripe exotic fruits such as lychee, mango, and a generous amount of passion frui..
Stoan is a very unique blend of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Blanc and Gewurztraminer and demonstrates the wonderful creativity of the Cantina Tramin winemaker. The grapes are grown at an altitude of mostly 600 meters in mineral rich soils, helping to produce one of Italy's finest and most exp..
Nussbaumer is the jewel in the crown of Cantina Tramin and its is right up there with the best Alsatian Gewurztraminers. Nussbaumer is the most awarded Gewurztraminer in Italy. The wine, while drinking well now, has ageing potential for the next 20+ years with careful cellaring. ..
This late harvest Gewurztraminer is a a dessert wine with incredible depth of flavour and striking balance. The grapes used are dried until December and fermented in small French oak barrels for a period of 12 months. After bottling the wine is matured for a further 2 months before release. This win..
An aromatic and fruity medium-bodied white made from organically-grown grapes from the Hengst vineyard, a Grand Cru site located near the village of Wintzinheim. Lovely, fresh, and rich. A truly high-quality expression of this aromatic Alsation varietal...
Made from 100% Gerwurztraminer. Pronounced aromas of fresh roses, lychee, and orange blossom. Flavours consist of rich and intense with layers of flavours from fresh fruit to honey and spice, well balanced with a long finish. ..
The Gewurztraminer grape has a deep rooted history in Tramin, northern Italy. The combination of climate, altitude and terroir suit the grape perfectly and allow it to express its wonderful typicity. The generous exposure and cool breezes bring the grapes to ripeness each year with amazing concentra..
A powerful wine of great complexity and exceptional length made from individual wines harvested in successive pickings. The levels of sugar obtained in Alsace for the SGNs ("Séléctions de Grains Nobles") are often higher than those in Sauternes. Rare and sought after, they can be recognized by ..