Find all Brew Mart's new premises details here 

Brew Mart's new premises less than one mile from junction 30 on the M1 Motorway

Free UK Delivery on orders over £75*
Brewing since 1974
1 Gallon Wine Making Kits
5 Gallon Wine Making Kits
30 Bottle Wine Kit
6 Bottle Wine Kits
Amarone Wine Kits
Cabernet Sauvignon Red Wine
Chardonnay Wine Making Kit
Fruit Wine
Grape Juice for Wine Making
Malbec Wine Making Kit
Merlot Wine Kits
Pinot Grigio Wine Making Kit
Pinot Noir Wine Kits
Red Wine Making Kits
Riesling Wine Kits
Rojo Tinto
Rose WineMaking Kits
Sauvignon Blanc Wine Kit
Shiraz Wine Kit
Vieux Chateau du Roi
White Wine Kits
Zinfandel Wine Kit
Beaverdale Wine Kits
Cellar 7 wine kits
Magnum Wine Kits
SG WINES Solomon Grundy Wine Kits
VineCo Original Series Wine Kits
VineCo Estate Series Wine Kits
Elderflower Cider
Strawberry Cider Kits
Price Range
£0 - £13.99
£14 - £27.99
£28 - £41.99
£42 - £55.99
£56 - £69.99


What is a Gewurztraminer Wine?

Gewurztraminer Wine Making Kits are produced using an aromatic wine grape variety, used in dry or off-dry white wines and also dessert wines.

Sort By:

from £14.49
In Stock
add to basket

It performs best in colder climates but can prove challenging to cultivate. Gewurztraminer grape is a variety with a pink to red skin colour but with white flesh, which makes it a "white wine grape” it has a high natural sugar, with a high resemblance of lychees. 
Indeed, Gewurztraminer and lychees share the same aroma compounds. 

Dry Traminer wine kit also have aromas of roses, passion fruit and floral notes. It is quite common to notice some spritz (fine bubbles on the inside of the glass). 

Gewurztraminer's sweetness compliments the spice in Asian cuisine. It goes well with creamy cheeses and firm, fatty (oily) wild game. 

As a general rule traminer tastes best within a year or two of release as this ensures it has the highest possible acidity, which gives Gewürztraminer a crisp, fresh flavour. 

Dessert wines made using the Gewürztraminer grape are rare, and they commanded high prices, due in part to the late harvesting of the vine which is termed “noble rot.”