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91 Points, Ian d'Agata, Vinous: "Pale straw with green tinges. Lemon, minerals and fresh herbs on the nose and palate. Juicy and vibrant, delivering zingy, lemony bite on the long finish. Boasts lively but harmonious acidity that really extends the fresh citrus and stony flavors on the back end. Knockout entry-level Riesling. A good thing too, as this is Trimbach's "bread and butter" wine, the house's most important one commercially (at a whopping 350,000 bottles a year). To be frank, anyone who can make 350,000 bottles of an entry-level wine this good has simply unbelievable talent. Chapeau! (Drink between 2018-2026)" 04/18
90 Points, James Suckling, jamessuckling.com: "Quite tart and firm. This has enough depth to carry well, and there's a great burst of candied-citrus character at the long finish. Drink or hold." 05/18
90 Points, Alison Napjus, Wine Spectator: "Fresh and floral, featuring minerally petrol and anise accents underscoring flavors of Asian pear, white peach and almond blossom. Light-bodied and lithe, with hints of lemon peel and herb on the mouthwatering finish. Drink now through 2024. 20,000 cases made, 5,000 cases imported." 03/19
93 Points, Anne Krebiehl, Wine Enthusiast: "Wet stone and fresh lemon are faint but distinct on the nose. A pure lemon flavor streaks across the slender, taut palate, with a comet-like spray of freshness. This wine is dry and, if it weren't for juicy glimpses of ripe lemon, would be almost austere." 08/18