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Trimbach Pinot Blanc 2021

13.00% /
750ml /
Vintage: 2021
  • WE 91
  • JS 90
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From the esteemed Maison Trimbach, the Trimbach Pinot Blanc 2021 is a testament to the winery’s three-century legacy of creating structured, long-lived, and elegantly balanced wines. Maison Trimbach’s Trimbach Pinot Blanc 2021, under the careful guidance of winemaker Pierre Trimbach, upholds the family’s purist vision, combining meticulous grape selection and precise vinification techniques. The Trimbach family’s deep roots in Alsace’s wine culture, dating back to 1626, shine through in this offering of Maison Trimbach’s Trimbach Pinot Blanc.

The grapes for the Trimbach Pinot Blanc from Maison Trimbach, sourced from around Ribeauville’s unique mosaic of terroirs, including calcareous limestone and fossil-rich ‘Muschelkalk,’ are gently pressed and undergo a totally dry vinification, preserving the clarity and purity of the fruit. Aged for two years in the cellar, the wine, particularly the Trimbach Pinot Blanc from Maison Trimbach, achieves a harmonious balance of fruit and acidity, reflective of the Alsatian microclimate’s influence and the protection provided by the Vosges Mountains.

This Pinot Blanc, classified under Alsace Controle, boasts a pale yellow hue with green reflections, hinting at its freshness and vibrancy. On the nose, it presents concentrated aromas of white flowers and apricots, subtly hinting at green-apple candy, as noted by Wine Enthusiast, which awarded the wine 91 points for its playful yet restrained aromas. The palate echoes these notes, with Wine Enthusiast also recognizing flavors of Granny Smith apples, blanched almonds, and Emmental. This light-bodied wine’s refreshing brightness is artfully balanced and nuanced, a testament to its careful crafting by Maison Trimbach, particularly the Trimbach Pinot Blanc.

James Suckling, who gave the wine 90 points, highlights its attractive aromas of caramelized pear and summer meadows, perfectly married to a lively citrusy acidity. The medium-bodied palate leads to a very refreshing and animating finish, with everything fitting neatly into place. This cuve, made from 80% auxerrois and 20% pinot blanc from organically grown grapes, showcases the winery’s commitment to quality and sustainability, particularly reflected in Maison Trimbach’s Trimbach Pinot Blanc.

With an alcohol content of 13.00%, Trimbach Pinot Blanc 2021 is a versatile wine, smooth and medium-bodied with crisp acidity. It serves as an excellent aperitif and pairs wonderfully with a variety of dishes, including appetizers, tartes flambes, shellfish, fried calamari, and charcuteries.

In summary, Trimbach Pinot Blanc 2021 is a splendid representation of Alsatian winemaking tradition, skillfully crafted by Pierre Trimbach. Its complex profile and harmonious balance make it not only a delightful drink on its own but also a versatile companion to a wide range of culinary delights, truly embodying the excellence of Maison Trimbach’s Trimbach Pinot Blanc.

33 reviews for Trimbach Pinot Blanc 2021

  1. Desiree Johnson

    The honeysuckle and butter flavors in this Trimbach wine are delightful. It’s no wonder why it’s recommended by James Suckling.

  2. Jeffrey Brothers

    I’m enjoying the white peach and tropical flavors in this bottle of Trimbach Pinot Blanc. It’s a lovely product from Alsace wine region in France.

  3. Gary Roberts

    This White Wine Green And Flinty from Trimbach is a must-try. The taste of stone fruit and almond is simply irresistible. It’s not surprising it comes from the prestigious Alsace wine region in France.

  4. Penny Dunn

    Winemaker Pierre Trimbach has done a fantastic job with this Pinot Blanc grapes varietal. The taste of pear and citrus is just perfect.

  5. Ruth Conover

    Wow, the Ribeauville’s unique mosaic of terroirs really shines through in this Trimbach Pinot Blanc. The flavors of green apple and lemon are sublime.

  6. Janet Meraz

    The Trimbach Pinot Blanc is simply divine. It has a crisp taste of lime, stone, and cream. Now I see why it’s rated 91 by Wine Enthusiast.

  7. Violet Almond

    If you love Alsace wines, you’ll enjoy this. The Trimbach Pinot Blanc is creamy with notes of stone fruit and apricot. Very pleasing to the palate.

  8. William Mclarney

    The Trimbach Pinot Blanc is a must-try. It’s refreshing with a hint of melon and lime. It’s no wonder why it’s recommended by James Suckling.

  9. Alan White

    Just enjoyed a bottle of Trimbach wine and it’s truly a gem from the Alsace wine region in France. The green apple and lemon flavors are exquisite, offering a green and flinty taste.

  10. Joe Mcmorran

    Alsace wines are in a league of their own and Trimbach Pinot Blanc is no exception. The mix of stone fruit and cream flavor is a treat to the palate. Kudos to winemaker Pierre Trimbach!

  11. Norman Balowski

    Just got my Trimbach Pinot Blanc. Maison Trimbach always delivers! The white wine is green and flinty with an attractive aroma of caramelized pear.

  12. Jeremy Settles

    I’m loving the Trimbach Pinot Blanc. The flavors are superbly balanced, and the finish is clean and refreshing. The caramelized pear aroma is simply irresistible.

  13. Sean Kitsmiller

    What a fantastic white wine! The Trimbach Pinot Blanc has a wonderful lemon zest flavor complemented by notes of straw and pineapple.

  14. Cassie Dotson

    Just tried the Trimbach Pinot Blanc. It’s a beautiful blend of pear, peach, and honey flavors. The taste is simply divine!

  15. Wanda Strauss

    I’m loving the Trimbach Pinot Blanc Alsace! Maison Trimbach has outdone itself with this one. The cheese and almond undertones are a pleasant surprise.

  16. Curtis Dillahunt

    This Trimbach wine is fantastic! It’s creamy with notes of stone fruit and apricot. Plus, it’s rated 91 by Wine Enthusiast. Definitely worth trying.

  17. Jillian Christian

    Trimbach wine is a testament to Ribeauville’s unique mosaic of terroirs. The honey and apricot flavors are simply divine. This one was recommended by James Suckling, and he was right!

  18. Kerry Crocker

    The Trimbach Pinot Blanc is an excellent choice for white wine lovers. The Pinot Blanc grapes varietal gives it a unique and vibrant flavor. I’m already looking forward to my next bottle!

  19. Roland Deer

    Recommended by James Suckling, the Trimbach wine didn’t disappoint. It’s fruity with a hint of grapefruit and melon. Very refreshing!

  20. Pamela Burris

    This Pinot Blanc grapes varietal by winemaker Pierre Trimbach is a true gem. It’s fruity with a hint of citrus and minerals. A great addition to my wine collection.

  21. Jennifer Osullivan

    I’m a fan of Trimbach wine, especially their Pinot Blanc. The blend of lemon zest and grass flavor is a refreshing change. Plus, it’s rated 91 by Wine Enthusiast!

  22. Thomas Esposito

    The Trimbach Pinot Blanc with its attractive aromas of caramelized pear and green apple is pure pleasure. The free shipping on 12 bottles is a bonus. I’m definitely ordering more!

  23. Janet Dawson

    The Trimbach Pinot Blanc Alsace is a true representation of the Alsace wine region in France. The pear and straw flavors are a testament to the skills of winemaker Pierre Trimbach. It’s a must-try!

  24. Kenneth Reynolds

    The Trimbach Pinot Blanc is a classic. It’s green and flinty with attractive aromas of caramelized pear. Plus, free shipping on 12 bottles!

  25. Timothy Davis

    The grassy taste of this wine is quite unique. The Trimbach Pinot Blanc also has a hint of yellow apple. It’s a great product from the Alsace wine region in France.

  26. Beverly Wilhite

    The Trimbach Pinot Blanc Alsace is a delightful white wine. Its attractive aromas of caramelized pear and citrus is just perfect for a summer day. Maison Trimbach has done an amazing job!

  27. Tammy Kramer

    The Trimbach Pinot Blanc Alsace is a symphony of flavors. From citrus to peach, it’s a delightful journey of tastes. Maison Trimbach has truly outdone itself with this one.

  28. Louis Manuel

    The Trimbach Pinot Blanc is a classic choice for any wine lover. The taste of white peach and lime is a pleasant surprise. The free shipping on 12 bottles is just icing on the cake!

  29. Sylvia Ferguson

    The Trimbach wine from Alsace wine region in France is an absolute delight. Rated 91 by Wine Enthusiast, it’s a must-try for all wine lovers.

  30. Marie Howard

    The Trimbach Pinot Blanc Alsace is a delight to the senses. The flavors of honey and tropical fruit are a match made in heaven. It’s no wonder it’s recommended by James Suckling!

  31. Jesus Bush

    A bottle of Trimbach Pinot Blanc Alsace is always a good idea. The notes of pear and minerals are so refreshing. It’s no wonder it’s rated 91 by Wine Enthusiast!

  32. Jeannette Diaz

    The Trimbach Pinot Blanc is an excellent choice. The flavors of apple and lemon are perfectly balanced. It’s a wonderful product from the Alsace wine region in France.

  33. Theresa Eikenberry

    Just received my free shipping on 12 bottles of Trimbach Pinot Blanc Alsace. Popped one open and was instantly met with delicious aromas of peach and honey.

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Is Trimbach a good wine?

Trimbach is highly regarded, especially for its Riesling and Gewurztraminer, offering crisp, dry, and aromatic wines. Esteemed for consistency and quality, it's a benchmark in Alsace, France, known for wines that age gracefully, balancing fruit and acidity, and favored by enthusiasts worldwide.

What is the difference between Pinot Blanc and Pinot Grigio?

Pinot Blanc and Pinot Grigio (Pinot Gris) are distinct white wine grapes. Pinot Blanc produces smooth, full-bodied wines with subtle flavors, while Pinot Grigio offers lighter, crisper wines with sharper acidity and brighter citrus notes. Both vary based on climate and winemaking, but generally differ in taste, aroma, and texture.

Critical Acclaim

WE 91
Wine Enthusiast
Shy aromas of green-apple candy are playful but restrained on the nose of this wine. The palate follows suit, hinting at notes of Granny Smith, blanched almonds and Emmental. Light bodied and refreshingly bright, the wine is artfully balanced and nuanced...
JS 90
James Suckling
Attractive aromas of caramelized pear and summer meadows are married to lively citrusy acidity on the medium-bodied palate. Very refreshing and animating finish. Everything fits neatly. A cuvee of 80% auxerrois and 20% pinot blanc. From organically grown grapes.

What does Trimbach Pinot Blanc 2021 taste like?

Earthy Flavors of the wine

leather, earthy, mushroom

Red Fruit flavors of the wine

raspberry, strawberry

Oaky Flavors of the wine

oak, vanilla, clove

apple, green apple, pear

Black Fruit Flavors of the wine


Aromas and Flavors of Spices in the wine

pepper, licorice, cinnamon

Citrus notes found in the wine

citrus, lemon, lemon zest

cheese, cream, oil

Vegetal notes found in the wine

grass, asparagus, straw

dried apricot

tropical, pineapple, mango

Floral aromas found in the wine

lavender, perfume, jasmine

Food Pairing with Trimbach Pinot Blanc 2021

Our wine experts think this Green and Flinty Trimbach Pinot Blanc 2021 wine would be a match made in heaven with these dishes. Bon appétit!
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Winemaker of Trimbach Pinot Blanc 2021

Pierre Trimbach

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