Trimbach Pinot Noir Alsace Aoc 2004

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100% Pinot Gris, with grapes sourced from the Trimbach’s own vineyards and about 100 growers with whom the family has...

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Deep, golden tropical fruit is the theme here. Full-bodied and sublimely flavorful, this wine is incredibly rich, yet fully dry, and it shows great... Read more

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Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
07/31/2008

Deep, golden tropical fruit is the theme here. Full-bodied and sublimely flavorful, this wine is incredibly rich, yet fully dry, and it shows great balancing acidity.


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Winemaker's Notes:

100% Pinot Gris, with grapes sourced from the Trimbach’s own vineyards and about 100 growers with whom the family has long-term relationships. Not to be confused with Italy’s Pinot Grigio, the Pinot Gris vine of Alsace is descended from the Pinot Beurot, originally from Burgundy. Abundant ripe fruit on the nose and a creaminess on the palate are brought to life with subtle acidity. Softer and less challenging than other varieties, this wine is still totally dry. A good choice for appetizers, fish and shellfish, poultry and other white meats and many lighter pasta, rice and Asian dishes.

100% Pinot Gris, with grapes sourced from the Trimbach’s own vineyards and about 100 growers with whom the family has long-term relationships. Not to be confused with Italy’s Pinot Grigio, the Pinot Gris vine of Alsace is descended from the Pinot Beurot, originally from Burgundy. Abundant ripe fruit on the nose and a creaminess on the palate are brought to life with subtle acidity. Softer and less challenging than other varieties, this wine is still totally dry. A good choice for appetizers, fish and shellfish, poultry and other white meats and many lighter pasta, rice and Asian dishes.

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