The Greenhough Gewurztraminer 2008 fits the bill, its something different…initiall lush, fragrant rose petal aromas with underlying complexities of vanilla, tropical fruit and a hint of creaminess. The palate has a soft, luscious entry. There are notes of honey, stone fruits and savoury/brioche.Gently spicy, gingery notes contribute a subtly vibrant aspect. The mouthfeel is rich with a seemless texture which travels throughout the palate. Extra time on yeast lees has undoubtedly created great natural suppleness and balance to the wine, subduing some of the more overt characters and firmness that the variety can sometimes show. This is our go to wine when asked for something different and we figured we’d give it a bit of a push this as we have it on offer for 2 bottles for €30. This is one of the few wines we have yet to hear someone tell us they don’t like it so it’s well worth a punt if you’re looking for something different @€15.00. Try with asian food and it’s one of the few wines we would suggest with Indian food.