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Reserve Ribeauville Pinot Gris

8.9150 ratings
8.955 pro ratings
Ribeauvillé, Alsace, France
Pinot Gris
Top Notes For
Sipping Fine Wine

Pale yellow with fresh stone fruit, floral and citrus aromas. On the palate sweet ripe pear with lemon citrus flavors, delicate mineral spice, lively acidity on dry medium finish. Elegant. Very Nice! Will age, great now. Tasting Sample!

Pale yellow with fresh stone fruit, floral and citrus aromas. On the palate sweet ripe pear with lemon citrus flavors, delicate mineral spice, lively acidity on dry medium finish. Elegant. Very Nice! Will age, great now. Tasting Sample!

Feb 25th, 2020
Sipping Fine Wine

Fresh medium yellow with stone fruit, floral and citrus aromas. On the palate sweet ripe pear, apple with lemon citrus flavors, delicate mineral spice, vivid acidity on dry medium finish. Elegant. Very Nice! Good now, can also cellar a bit.

Fresh medium yellow with stone fruit, floral and citrus aromas. On the palate sweet ripe pear, apple with lemon citrus flavors, delicate mineral spice, vivid acidity on dry medium finish. Elegant. Very Nice! Good now, can also cellar a bit.

Nov 27th, 2019
Sipping Fine Wine

Fresh pale yellow with stone fruit and floral citrus aromas. On the palate sweet ripe pear with lemon citrus flavors, delicate mineral spice, vivid acidity on dry medium finish. Elegant. Very Nice! Will age well, but good now.

Fresh pale yellow with stone fruit and floral citrus aromas. On the palate sweet ripe pear with lemon citrus flavors, delicate mineral spice, vivid acidity on dry medium finish. Elegant. Very Nice! Will age well, but good now.

Sep 17th, 2019
Ellen Clifford

It’s good. It is...actually a white I’d say either needs food or needs to be dipped over a long amount of time. Wild that the “Pinot Grigio” people think of is so personality free when the same grape, Pinot Gris speaks of all sorts of spices and raw to bake-ish stone and orchard fruity fun.

It’s good. It is...actually a white I’d say either needs food or needs to be dipped over a long amount of time. Wild that the “Pinot Grigio” people think of is so personality free when the same grape, Pinot Gris speaks of all sorts of spices and raw to bake-ish stone and orchard fruity fun.

Jun 5th, 2019
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
Mark Eastom

Pear, ripe melon, floral, minerality, med acid and a round finish. Thinking some Alsatian sausage would be pretty amazing right now.

Pear, ripe melon, floral, minerality, med acid and a round finish. Thinking some Alsatian sausage would be pretty amazing right now.

Mar 6th, 2018
Chris Harvey

Fuji Apple sour/sweet coming through. Great value

Fuji Apple sour/sweet coming through. Great value

Sep 8th, 2017
Christanna Honer

Yellow-straw starting to develop some gold hue. Overripe and bruised peach & apricot, yellow apple, amaretto, fresh ginger, some very subtle hints of petrol and mushroom. Palate of honeyed stone fruit, bitter almond, dulce de leche, slightly oily, and great acidity. Just delightful with sushi.

Yellow-straw starting to develop some gold hue. Overripe and bruised peach & apricot, yellow apple, amaretto, fresh ginger, some very subtle hints of petrol and mushroom. Palate of honeyed stone fruit, bitter almond, dulce de leche, slightly oily, and great acidity. Just delightful with sushi.

2 people found it helpfulJan 28th, 2015
Sarah O'Kelley

Beautiful on the nose & palate -white flowers, stone fruit, crushed stone - awesome

Beautiful on the nose & palate -white flowers, stone fruit, crushed stone - awesome

1 person found it helpfulSep 30th, 2014
Aram Zorair

Yellow fruit, stone fruit, dried yellow flowers, mineral components, dry but some R.S gives it some texture

Yellow fruit, stone fruit, dried yellow flowers, mineral components, dry but some R.S gives it some texture

1 person found it helpfulMar 22nd, 2014