Trimbach

Reserve Alsace Pinot Gris

8.916 ratings
8.95 pro ratings
Alsace, France
Pinot Gris
Mushrooms, Tomato-Based, White Fish, Pasta, Pungent Cheese, Goat & Feta Cheese, White Rice, Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Squash & Root Vegetables, Meaty & Oily Fish, Cheddar & Gruyere, Potato, Nuts & Seeds, Salads & Greens, Herbs, Chili & Hot Spicy, Beans & Peas, Soft Cheese, Shellfish, Crab & Lobster, Oyster, Mussel, Clam, Chicken, Duck, Turkey, Oyster, Shellfish
Top Notes For
Ira Schwartz

Simple but very satisfying.

Simple but very satisfying.

Jan 28th, 2019
Shay A
9.0

Happy 🦃 Day everyone! May your day be filled with laughs, your stomach with wonderful food, and your wine glass always be full!

Starting things off on the lighter side with some Alsatian white wine...great pairing with turkey. Classic Alsatian PG nose with honeyed peach, honeysuckle and a touch of petrol. A lot of mineral driven notes on the palate but not quite gravely. More limestone than anything. Apple tart and acidic finish.

Happy 🦃 Day everyone! May your day be filled with laughs, your stomach with wonderful food, and your wine glass always be full!

Starting things off on the lighter side with some Alsatian white wine...great pairing with turkey. Classic Alsatian PG nose with honeyed peach, honeysuckle and a touch of petrol. A lot of mineral driven notes on the palate but not quite gravely. More limestone than anything. Apple tart and acidic finish.

Nov 22nd, 2018
Andrew Lohse

Round

Round

Oct 18th, 2018
Andrew Lohse

Citrus, River rocks. Light and balanced with some acidity.

Citrus, River rocks. Light and balanced with some acidity.

Jul 20th, 2017
Ted Corvey

Great Alsace white. Bright acidity and minerality. A bit more depth than most Pinot Gris, even from Alsace. Great value.

Great Alsace white. Bright acidity and minerality. A bit more depth than most Pinot Gris, even from Alsace. Great value.

May 19th, 2018
Ellen Clifford

Lovely but apples for apples (and literally this wine tastes of many apples. Bruised and not) I’d prefer an Alsatian Riesling. But studying requires things like reviewing Pinot Gris. I left the Grigio I tried off Delectable you’re welcome. Okay taste notes: ripe and also slightly dried/bruises apples and lemon rind. Whiffs of white peach. Bits o honey and some spicy greenery like arugula that might make me think this was Gruner but the lack of pepper would hopefully steer me from that. Phenolic bitterness. Moderate acid and alcohol. All over tasty and I feel this would be a good pairing with the oh so tricky artichoke and asparagus. Totally balanced. Good stuff Trimbach.

Lovely but apples for apples (and literally this wine tastes of many apples. Bruised and not) I’d prefer an Alsatian Riesling. But studying requires things like reviewing Pinot Gris. I left the Grigio I tried off Delectable you’re welcome. Okay taste notes: ripe and also slightly dried/bruises apples and lemon rind. Whiffs of white peach. Bits o honey and some spicy greenery like arugula that might make me think this was Gruner but the lack of pepper would hopefully steer me from that. Phenolic bitterness. Moderate acid and alcohol. All over tasty and I feel this would be a good pairing with the oh so tricky artichoke and asparagus. Totally balanced. Good stuff Trimbach.

Mar 8th, 2018
Rufus King

Complex Pinot Gris at Grill 23 for Valentines Day

Complex Pinot Gris at Grill 23 for Valentines Day

Feb 14th, 2018
Drake Ma

Super fruity and crispy taste

Super fruity and crispy taste

Nov 24th, 2017
Ming Liang

Pear, lime, green apple, and touch of minerality. Tart almost to a point of sour, yet managed to be supple at the same time. Nice.

Pear, lime, green apple, and touch of minerality. Tart almost to a point of sour, yet managed to be supple at the same time. Nice.

Nov 20th, 2017
Jason Hemming

Peach, yellow delicious apple and honey. Mineral feel with good acidity and touch of perceived sweetness

Peach, yellow delicious apple and honey. Mineral feel with good acidity and touch of perceived sweetness

Sep 9th, 2016