I have a confession. The main (but not the only) reason that I enjoy a good Gewürztraminer is that whenever I say the word I think of Steve Carrell and Dana Carvey portraying Germans in this video.
Also, I like the information that Wikipedia provides for me. “Gewürztraminer [ɡəˈvʏɐtstʁaˈmiːnɐ] is an aromatic wine grape variety that performs best in cooler climates. It is sometimes referred to colloquially as Gewürz, and in French it is written Gewurztraminer (without the umlaut)”.
Firstly, and I know I’ve said it before, [ɡəˈvʏɐtstʁaˈmiːnɐ] is not helpful. Secondly, somebody tell me why the French have to be like that? There is no reason NOT to use the unlaut. The umlaut is fantastic. Use it!
Hey Dana Carvey, do you think I can pair Taco Bell with a nice local Gewürztraminer?