Traminer is one of the most misunderstood grapes and
that's because there are three types of it(white, yellow and
red), but from DNA tests, they're indistinguishable. We are
most familiar with gerwurtztraminer which is the most sweet
and aromatic of them.
I was surprised that Rosemount would come up with this
interestingly sweet, but not overpowering blend with a light
alcoholic percentage. It's very delicate on the tongue,
with a nice medium texture which is very silky. The aroma
is very floral and the fruit would consist of pineapple,
peach, pear and possibly apricot, but in a style that would
be reminiscent of a dessert with burned fruit.
While this is not a dessert wine, I would say that this
should be served mainly with desserts and maybe lighter