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Trimbach, Riesling Frederic Emile 2016

Get to know: Trimbach, Riesling Frederic Emile 2016

Tasting Note

This wine reveals a great aromatic complexity. Citrus, white flowers, and flinty mineral notes. The mouthfeel is ample and rich, while remaining precise balanced by chiseled acidity. This vintage is characterized by its freshness with tension, finesse and minerality.

Perfect with oysters, langoustines, lobster, grilled fish or fish in white butter sauce as well as roasted poultry, sweetbreads, dishes with chanterelle mushrooms, potato gratin and vegetables.

Producer Info

For 13 generations, Maison Trimbach in Ribeauvillé, in the heart of Alsace, has devoted all its resources to producing great Alsace wines. Since the creation of the Trimbach Winery in 1626, their values have stayed the same : sharing, excellence, transmission, rigor, and energy. They strive daily to implement them in each stage of production.

There are 3 key words at Trimbach: "Balance, balance and balance". This is our philosophy of life and also the daily quest of our team in our vineyards and in our cellar.

Frederic Emilie is the signature wine of the estate.

Exposed south and south-east, the Grands Crus Geisberg and Osterberg terroirs of Ribeauvillé which overlook the estate have given birth to this wine for several generations. The average age of the vines, around 45 years, offers limited yields. The marl-limestone-sandstone and shell limestone composition of the terroir (Muschelkalk), as well as the well-ripened grapes strictly selected by hand, give this wine a remarkable personality: a dry and powerful Riesling, underlined by a mineral note and with finely chopped acidity.

Prestigious signature of the house, the Frédéric Emile, often nicknamed FE or Freddie, is sought after by connoisseurs and collectors.

France, Alsace