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Trimbach Riesling, Alsace France
92 Points

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Vintage: 2015
BC: $32.99

BC CSPC: BC CSPC Code -142091
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WineScores' Review

Racy, crunchy, textural.
Dry, with only 2.4g/L residual sugar, this racy Riesling is classic Alsatian: mineral, mineral, and more mineral.
It has a nose of apricot and lemon drops with crunchy green apples. The palate is powerful, dry and textural, with stony minerality and impressive weight and length.

Recommended Pairings
Cheese - Semi Hard / Medium , Seafood/Shellfish, White Meat Chicken/Pork, Sushi, Creamy Dishes

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Wine Scores reviewed - 2018-09-20 17:11:36.0


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