Aromella was developed at the Cornell University’s Experiment Station in Geneva, NY by crossing Traminette and Ravat 34. It was the 56th grape released by Cornell. The vines are notable for their cold hardiness and ability to produce grapes with similar chemistry to Reisling in a short season. The wines take after Gewurztraminer in that they are intensely aromatic with some floral muscat characteristics.
Our estate Aromella has lush aromas of pineapple, citrus peel, and honeysuckle. The flavor is sweet and lush but backed up with balanced acidity to keep it from being cloying. There is a tingle of muscat character that lasts into the finish.
PAIRS WELL WITH:
Tropical Fruit | Barbecue | Grilled Seafood | Creamy Pastas