Wine Trimbach, Riesling AOC, 2014, 375 ml
Wine of yellow-green color.
Taste wine rich, harmonious, with good acidity, notes of citrus fruits and apple peel, blending smoothly into the long finish with mineral nuances.
The wine has a fine, delicate aroma with notes of green apple, mineral and citrus shades.
The wine is excellent as an aperitif, with dignity accompanies the entire meal, goes well with salads, grilled fish, sauce or pickled, as well as seafood, white meat, stewed in white wine and game. Perfect for sushi and Asian dishes. In Alsace wine is traditionally complement local dishes such as onion tart or pie with sauerkraut.
Riesling is considered to be the King of Alsace and, along with Chardonnay, is recognized as one of the most interesting in the world of white grapes. In Alsace Riesling occupies 3,500 hectares of the total vineyard area of 15,000 hectares. Wine produced on the basis of its economy Trimbach, Riesling is considered the best in the region, and perhaps even in the world. Its high status wine holds more than a year, as a measure of skill and professionalism of winemakers Trimbach. Berry wine are carefully selected in mid-October. Fermentation and aging of wine is made in stainless steel tanks, which allows you to keep an excellent acidity that affects the longevity of wine. Wine storage capacity of at least 5 years, during which the wine will become even more complex and richer.
Trimbach - the most prestigious wine producer in Alsace. This farm has existed since 1626. Today the family business run by Hubert and Bernard Trimbahi actively participate in the affairs of the younger members of the family, Jean and Pierre. The main objective of winemakers believe preservation respectable image of the family business. In addition, the brothers want to raise the wine of Alsace on a hitherto unknown level. I must say that while they do an excellent job with their work - wine Trimbach often called the best of the best. So, in 2005 Riesling "Cuvee Frederic Emile" in 2000 by the magazine "The Wine Enthusiast" became wine year.