A deep and expressive nose filled with fresh and complex citrus aromas. It has surprisingly rich and fat palate with great structure and a wonderfully dry, long finish. This will go well with seafood, fish, white meats, trout, chicken and white wine sauce and cheese.
Gustave Lorentz Riesling Reserve has a pale yellow colour, with an expressive and refined nose filled with citrus and white flower aromas. It has a lively, refreshing acidity, great structure and a clean, dry finish. It will match well with seafood, fish, white meats, trout, chicken and white wine sauce and cheese.
Pale yellow in colour, with bright green tinges that emphasize its characteristic freshness. The bouquet is elegant and racy, with delicate fruity aromas (lemon, citronella, grapefruit, peach, pear, stewed fruits...) and flowers (white flowers, limeblossom, white nettle...). It also offers aromas of anise, cumin, liquorice and fennel seeds. This dry wine displays great structure. It is characterized by intense freshness that can be appreciated from start to finish, whilst the mid-palate is defined by opulence and richness. The body, both racy and delicately fruity, makes this wine an ideal partner for Choucroute and pork-based dishes, it has a natural affinity with fish and shellfish, such as scallops, gracefully highlighting the salty, almost iodene flavours of the sea. It is also delicious with poultry, white meats and even goat's cheese.
A bright yellow colour with a bouquet of citrus and grapefruits aromas, some hints of white flowers. In mouth the wine is dry and fresh with nice and delicate aromas of candied citrus peels.
Bone-dry with an intensely-scented grapey nose. On the palate it has a food-friendly mineral bite, high notes of lemons, grapes and blossom, and a refreshing backbone of natural acidity.
This classic Pinot Blanc really encapsulates the Trimbach style: fermented completely dry, with a firm structure, lovely lemony fruit with lots of breadth, a minerally backbone and a truly elegant poise and balance.
The Trimbach Classic Riesling is dry, elegant and restrained, with a deliciously food-friendly bite. In Alsace this edge is what goes so well with, and cuts straight through, the local cuisine. Goose, sauerkraut and onion quiche are the watchwords here. Moving out of Alsace, it would be ideal with rich fish dishes, rice (legendary with kedgeree), pork and modern oriental food from sushi to light curries.