Pairings with Gewürztraminer

Amazing aromas accompany the flavor of wine, stimulating the heart and awakening emotions: this is the essence of Cantina Tramin.


Great Gewürztraminers are liquid cathedrals of flavor: the more body they have, the more sublime they are.”

Stephan Reinhardt di, October 2019

Gewürztraminer is an excellent wine to pair with countless recipes. Its distinctive aromas allow for exciting combinations with every cooking style and cuisine: from dishes enhancing the typical flavors of Alto Adige, to Mediterranean classics and to the exotic flavors of Asian cuisine. These are absolutely fascinating and distinctive wines, typically characterized by an aromatic, spicy bouquet. Old, low-yield vines, grown on deep soils in a temperate climate yield full-bodied wines with concentrated flavors, unmistakable aromatics and compelling complexity, combining character, substance, power and structure.

Poultry Liver

Chef Norbert Niederkofler & Sommelier Chris Rainer

Restaurant St. Hubertus

San Cassiano, Alto Adige, IT

Saffron Risotto

Chef Massimiliano Alajmo & Sommelier Angelo Sabbadin

Restaurant Le Calandre
Sarmeola di Rubano/Padua, IT

Pork Shoulder with Chanterelles

Chef Holger Bodendorf & Sommelier Nils Hoyer

Relais & Châteaux Landhaus Stricker
Sylt, DE

Crispy Egg

Chef de Cuisine Per Hallundbaek & Sommelier Nicolai Hyllestede

Relais & Châteaux Restaurant Falsled Kro
Millinge, DK

Veal and Matsutake

Chef Scott Anderson & Sommelier Justin Kuruvilla

Elements Restaurant – Princeton
New Jersey, US

Fettucine with Smoked Trout

Chef Jonathan Benno & Sommelier Aaron von Rock

Lincoln Ristorante
New York, US

Langoustines with Orange and Fennel Salad

Chef Yashimi Hidaka & Sommelier Kazumasa Takihara

Acqua Pazza Restaurant
Tokyo, JP

Scallops with Spring Onions

Chef David Thompson

Nahm Restaurant
Bangkok, TH

Sashimi Tramin

Chef Masaharu Morimoto & Sommelier Kevin O`Rourke

Morimoto Restaurant
New York, US