Trimbach Gewurztraminer 2009 (6 x 750mL), Alsace, France.

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Alsace A.C.

The fruitiest and the spiciest of the varietals – a unique wine. It is in Alsace that this grape variety reaches the height of perfection. Its dry personality makes it ideal as an aperitif and it pairs extremely well with specialty cuisine with pronounced flavors.

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Expert Reviews

“The alcohol was so high on Gewurztraminer in 2009,” explains Pierre Trimbach, “that we picked our own vineyards early, at the beginning of October, so as to arrive at a good balance when combined with juice from purchased grapes,” and in the end, a “classic” 2009 Gewurztraminer – at 14.5% alcohol and for all that harboring 12 grams of residual sugar – incorporates the estate fruit that would usually inform reserve and Seigneurs de Ribeaupierre bottlings. Rose pepper, cinnamon, basil, and black pepper in the nose segue into a palate expansive and subtly creamy as well as pungent and piquant, saved from excess of bitterness or more than a small measure of heat by its supply of primary juiciness.

“The oenologists were saying in 2009 ‘Oh we have to get approval so that we can add acidity,’ but it was absolutely unnecessary, for us,” notes Pierre Trimbach, who indeed delivered a surprisingly animated collection, albeit one diminished in size by instances of declassification. The Trimbachs compare their 2008s with 1998, adding that there is something of 2001 to them, too. As a group, they are going to further the reputation of wines from this family for rewarding patience. David Schildknecht, (MAY/2011)

Winery Tasting Notes


Gewurztraminer produces a powerful and aromatic wine in Alsace. It is in Alsace that Gewurztraminer is at the top of perfection. Fruity, flowery and spicy, Pierre Trimbach produces the Gewurztraminer in the driest style possible, or should we say as balanced as possible: elegance and discipline are the rules to follow to make a great Gewurztraminer able to be a good companion for food.

Food Matching

Spicy dishes from Chinese cuisine, Asiatic dishes in general, flavorful dishes Indian curries, strong cheeses, smoked fishes and meats, or just for pleasure.


Drink now until 2014-2015 if kept in good storing conditions

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The viticultural origin of the Trimbach Family dates back to 1626. For almost four centuries, the Trimbach Family has been promoting Alsace and its History, its exceptional terroirs and fine wines. Today, the family vineyard is led by Hubert Trimbach, nephews John and Peter, and his daughter Anne, the eldest of the 13th generation. Much enthusiasm and great ambitions that perpetuate tradition, the requirement and the know-how to bring wines to perfection. The undisputed masters of that “style Trimbach” a world reference among the Alsace Wine…

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