Tasting Notes - The fruitier and spicier: a unique wine. In Alsace, this grape that reaches its perfection. Its dry character allows fans to enjoy as an aperitif or with specialty in personality.
According to Wine Spectator - Dry and tangy, with white peach, tangerine and spice notes. There's good snap from the firm acidity, with a modest, floral finish. Drink now. 13,000 cases made.
According to Wine Advocate - Scents of pea tendril, celeriac, and rose petal on the nose of Trimbach’s 2008 Gewurztraminer billow across a juicy, and for its cepage surprisingly buoyant and refreshing palate. A lick of salt adds to the stimulation of the finish. If only there were a dozen or more Alsace Gewurztraminer like this delightfully dry and distinctively delicious, a critical mass might be reached for driving home the message of this genre’s potential versatility. Plan on enjoying this exemplar over the next 3-4 years.