Dry white Gewürztraminer
Notes: lychees, Meyer lemons, green apples, and hints of peaches and apricots
Bremen, Georgia is the home of Trillium Vineyard. The town of Kramer was incorporated on September 5, 1883 and given the name Bremen. It was originally named for a German immigrant who owned a large local vineyard, but the name was changed at Kramer's request to honor his beloved home city of Bremen, Germany.
Germany is also the native home of Gewürztraminer wine and the Bauhaus art style. Bruce Cross, Jr. decided to design the label using German influences. He first incorporated a Bremen Town Musicians them using the animals who reside at Trillium instead of the traditional animals in the Brothers Grimm fairy tale. He then placed them in an iconic music album cover arrangement and paid homage to the Bauhaus art style with the clean, modern geometric shapes.