Gewurztraminer is a pink-skinned grape variety that produces some of the most distinctively aromatic wines in the world. T,he primary aromatic descriptors used to define Gewurztraminer are typically lychee, rose petal, Turkish delight and perfume. On the palate it is marked by its full texture with stone fruit and spicy (ginger and cinnamon) flavors. . Spatlese is a term used to describe a white wine of German origin or style made from grapes harvested late in the season. You can expect a high level of acidity that curbs any overt sweetness Fleshy and intensely flavored with elegant apple pear and honeysuckle aromas.