Gewurztraminer (and the “Booze Bag”) – Drink Bravely with Mark Oldman – Episode 18

Flying for the holidays?  Let Mark Oldman show you how to build a “booze bag,” his way of getting a stash of wine from point A to point B.  He also introduces you to the lychee-fueled sensuality of Gewurztraminer, a Chardonnay-alternative that is perfect with spicy food.  And he describes how “Year of the Cat” singer-songwriter Al Stewart introduced Fleetwood Mac’s Mick Fleetwood to Gewurtz at a London curry house.

gewurztraminer spicy food
Featured wine:
Baron de Hoen Gewurztraminer 2008 (France, $18)
Other Gratifying Gewurz
Alois Lageder 2009 (Italy, $23)
Helfrich Grand Cru “Steinklotz” 2008 (France, $27)
Hogue 2009 (Washington State, $10)
Hugel et Fils 2008 (France, $23)
Pacific Rim 2009 (Washington State, $10)
Trimbach 2008 (France, $22)
Zind Humbrecht 2007 (France, $27)
“Poosh It” (and shout-out to Stanford Football!)

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