[guh-voo rts-truh-mee-ner; German guh-vyrts-trah-mee-nuh r]
- a type of white grape used in winemaking.
- a dry white table wine of Germany, the Alsace region of France, and northern California.
Origin of Gewürztraminer
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Related Words for gewurztraminerGewurztraminer, Liebfraumilch, Moselle, Orvieto, Rhine, Riesling, chablis, chardonnay
- a white grape grown in Alsace, Germany, and elsewhere, used for making wine
- any of various fragrant white wines made from this grape
Word Origin for Gewürztraminer
German, from Gewürz spice, seasoning + Traminer a variety of grape first grown in the Tramin area of the South Tyrol
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