Always a top notch value and wine. Trimbach is known for their dry style. Light gold in color. The nose has lychees and slight apricots. It has a perception that the wine will be sweet. On the palate, however, this is dry. Minerals and a slightly sour tangerine note which is quite enjoyable. It has a nice depth and complexity. Good finish. Quite food friendly with a wide variety of foods. $30 in Ohio but only between $15 or $25 in the free wine world. Drinking great right now, it should last for five years easily and probably more.
Light gold in color with some green hues. The nose is nice with slight lychee and peaches. A bit of simple syrup. On the palate, this is slightly sweet. There is a slight bitterness to it. It is a bit deeper and complex with nice peach fruit. Food friendly. Nice finish. Very nice value for around $22.
Light silvery gold in color. There are a small amount of bubbles in the glass but they blew off quickly. The nose is nice with lychees and minerals. The palate is slightly sweet with a candied quality to it. Like a hard candy with a sort of tropical fruit/citrus flavor. It also has an interesting wheat note (think wheat beer). Overall, drinking well but starting to show its age. It depends on how you like these wines. $34
Golden in color. The nose is a bit musty with slight sugary notes. With air it cleans a bit and shows lychees. A different bottle opened a couple of days before also showed this mustiness and the thought of TCA was there. Leaving it for two days, the wine cleaned up nicely, so that might be an issue with this bottling. On the palate, a wonderful oily texture. Some orange peel. Turns slightly bitter on the finish. Overall, this is a complex wine. Quite food friendly. It is a bit sweet but just a bit.
Light silvery gold in color. The nose has slight lychee nuts and a bit of grapefruit. On the palate, this is slightly sweet but has a sugary quality to it. A bit of grapefruit as well. Long finish that turns dry. Would work well with the right foods, especially spicy foods. Nice value at $18.
10% Gewurztraminer, 30% Pinot Blanc, 30% Pinot Gris, 30% Riesling. This is made in the traditional method. It does not appear to be labelled as Cremant. Light silvery/yellow/white/gold in color. Very pale. A nice head of medium sized bubbles. The nose is nice with a bit of seltzer and slight lemon. On the palate, this has slight lime peel with some juniper berry (Gin) and other herbals. Not a lot of depth but very refreshing. Slightly short on the finish. This is easy drinking sparkling wine. Dry and very food friendly. At $16, this is a nice value.
This was a very good value and is drinking very well. Around $20. Light golden in color. The nose is more restrained with nice lychees, peaches and minerality. On the palate, this is slightly viscous and slightly sweet. None of the bitter almond that sometimes shows up in Gewurztraminer. Peaches and minerals. Best when not served to cold. Perhaps around $60F. The wine gets more expressive and rounder. Worked with a wide variety of foods. This is a bit more restrained than many of the other Gewurztraminers in this price range which is probably a good thing. It works more as a tot
Light gold in color. The nose is nice if a bit reserved. Lychees with slight peach. On the palate, this is mostly dry with just a hint of sweetness. More like a perception than actual sweetness. Peaches. Refreshing. Nice balance. This is a very food friendly wine. Easy to drink. Good value at around $20. No bitterness. Drinking well right now, I don't think it improves.
Light golden in color with some green hues swirling about. A very nice nose with lychee nuts, slight peaches and almonds. On the palate, this has a slight bitterness that is often found in Gewurztraminer. It is medium sweet which is also what the indice on the back label indicates. The palate has slight peach with nice minerality. Slightly viscous. Consumed over two days, it was better on day 2 with the bitterness receding and the wine coming together. Reasonably food friendly with lighter foods though would also work well with heavier spiced foods such as Indian or Thai. It probabl
Israel now has a vibrant wine culture. Despite a history going back for centuries, wine production is really rather recent as little wine was made during the period of Arab control. Tulip is one of the better wineries making a wide range of international varietals. A blend of 60% Sauvignon Blanc and 40% Gewurztraminer, this is green/gold in color. The nose has some initial lemon notes followed with some canned white grapefruit juice qualities. On the palate, this is round but retains a nice acidity. Grapefruit. Slight sour lemon candy notes. A bit clipped and warming on the finish.