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Trimbach Riesling 2001 Cuvee Frederic Emile SGN

Half bottle. Deep Gold. On the nose there is an almost Gewurztraminer-like brown spice. The palate is round and broad with apple and plum jam, honey and brown spice. The high acidity is well-disguised by the concentrated baked fruit flavours with a mouth feel that refrains from being cloying. Age is likely to reveal so much more.

Price per 37.5cl bottle
(when ordered by the case,
single bottle prices 20% extra)

To place an order for a case of 12 x 37.5cl bottles of Trimbach Riesling 2001 Cuvee Frederic Emile SGN, please call us now on 01580 753487, quoting ref 398

Case Size
Grape Varieties
100% Riesling
Food Pairing
Drink these wines alone, or alternatively they'll go nicely with a Foie Gras, rich meals and lucious desserts.
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About Trimbach
Unquestionably one of the greatest names in Alsace, the Trimbach family, based in the picturesque town of Ribeauvillé, has been involved in making wine since 1626 and has, over 13 generations, built an enviable reputation for the quality of its entire range. From the Pinot Blanc through to the iconic Clos Sainte Hune Riesling, the wines are considered the benchmark for quality, consistency and style. The essence of Trimbach, with the obvious exception of the luscious VT and SGN wines, is the traditional dry style in which the wines are made. Many Alsace houses are today making rather clumsy wines with an element of sweetness that detracts from their food matching suitability; not so with Trimbach, whose wines are pure, vibrant and refreshing. It is no accident that the Trimbach wines are listed in every single one of the 26 Three Michelin Star restaurants in France, and are present on the very best restaurant wine lists across the globe.

Trimbach Riesling 2001 Cuvee Frederic Emile SGN