Gewurtztraminer Vendange Tardive 1989 by Hugel, Foie Gras or Sorbet?

When I recently served the Gewurtztraminer Vendange Tardine 1989 by Hugel, i did not know that that vintage of this special wine coincided with the 350th anniversary of the winery.

Vins nobles

Harvest ended on November 9th.

In the eyes of the producer, the 1989 vintage of this wine was even better than classic 1976.

Should guests have started their meal with it rather than have it with sorbet?

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