Fruity nose of melon and citrus
Clean, acidic core
Medium-length, lively finish with a touch of honey and some pear
This wine is classy and has nice balance. It pairs well with food, too, which seems to be characteristic of Trimbach wines.
We enjoyed this bottle with an assortment of fusion seafood appetizers and main courses at a nationally renowned restaurant. I expected to be robbed on the price, but it was within the acceptable mark up at $48. Typically, you'd pay $22-24 for this wine in a store.
Look for other Trimbach whites, too, like Riesling, Pinot Blanc, and Gerwurztraminer, when you want a classy white wine with food. These are produced in Alsace- that Northwestern region of France that has a German flair. Raise a glass!