Product DescriptionJames Suckling Review
This is dense with a fantastic tightness and length to the wine. Full body. This is only from Ribeauville vineyards. All limestone. 40 to 50-year-old vines and all from Trimbach.
Wine Spectator Review
A firm, bone-dry version, with a subtle mix of crunchy white peach, acacia blossom, Meyer lemon zest and petrol. This is tightly knit now, but the balance and focus suggest it should open with short-term cellaring. Best from 2019 through 2024.
VinoUS Media Review
Pale yellow. Aromas of apple, tangerine and minerals, plus nuances of lemon verbena and gin. Juicy and penetrating, with strong acidity framing the intense lemon, mineral and minty herb flavors. Finishes crisp and persistent. This is much more concentrated and closed than the 2014 entry-level Riesling. Pierre and Jean Trimbach told me that the 2014 Réserve is not likely to be sold before the beginning of 2017, as they are still selling the 2012 vintage. (Ian D'Agata)
Wine Tasting Notes
Our Riesling Reserve is a full, rich, complex wine that can also be kept longer. It shows great finesse. It is the limestone soil of Riesling which gives this unique Riesling its complexity and harmony. Riesling is versatile with fine cuisine. It is a delight throughout the meal, particulary with Alsatian specialities like sauerkraut and coq au Riesling, fine fish and shellfish, it is an elegant complement to white meats and white wine sauces.