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A Beginner's Guide to German Wine

Glad you guys are enjoying the article! In regards to Gewurztraminer - @kmatthewson81 is right. There really isn't that much in Germany. Less than 1% of vineyard area is dedicated to what they call Traminer (and that number may also include another grape, Savagnin Rose).

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