56g sugar - and the nose confirms this. However, in the mouth the wine barely came off as anywhere near that sweet. A beautiful balance of acidity, minerality and the sugar leads to a wine that tasted like it had just half that sugar. Its age meant that much of the gewurtz character had tempered. There were still aromas of pot pourri, candied fruits and violets, but really at this stage this is a wine of balance. Very nice Served with warm apple strudel, cheddar, and calvados cream
External Reviews for Trimbach Gewurz Ribeau Pierre Alsace
On the dry side and focused, exhibiting nectarine, spice and grapefruit peel flavors on a medium-bodied profile, picking up white pepper accents on the finish. Drink now.