Founded in 1626, thirteen generations of the Trimbach family have promoted Alsace and its history throughout the centuries. Trimbach’s proven track record shines through two of their top cuvées – Clos Ste Hune and Frédéric Emile.
We’ve acquired a small parcel of the rare and iconic Clos Ste Hune 2017. From Rosacker, a single cru dominated by limestone clay, this is quintessential Riesling, with Robert Parker asserting that it’s the ‘finest produced in France, and can rival any Riesling produced in the world’. Another of the house’s famous Rieslings is the Frédéric Emile 2014. Hailing from the Grands Crus of Geisberg and Osterberg, it’s a mineral expression of the vineyards’ limestone terroir. Like all of Trimbach’s top wines, it’s released with a minimum of 5 years’ bottle age.
Trimbach offers a range of aromatic wines that are well worth discovering. Try the Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Gewürztraminer, and increasingly popular Alsace Pinot Noir.