How To Pronounce 'Gewürtztraminer'?
How Do You Say 'Gewürtztraminer' Audio
Phonetics For Pronouncing 'Gewürtztraminer'?
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A Quick Overview Of Gewürtztraminer
Gewürtztraminer is a grayish-pink grape variety which is used to make white wines. 'Gewürz' is German for 'spice', so 'Gewürztraminer' translates as 'spice, or spicy traminer'.
Gewürtstraminer produces wines with a golden edge and a perfumed bouquet, which some describe as roses and muscat, while others identify a strong lychee aroma.
Many English speakers find this word quite intimidating - once you have taken a look at the phonetic pronunciation and listened to the audio, you will find that Gewürtztraminer is actually quite easy.
Don't get too hung up on the pronunciation of the 'u' - this is not a sound we have in English, and it's fine to round it off to the nearest English sound - together with the 'r' it sound most like 'o'er'.