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F E Trimbach Gewurztraminer, Alsace, France

Wine Notes

Average Price $22 (USD)
(Approx, ex-tax, all vintages)

Search Rank 2978 What is search rank?
Over all vintages, this was the 2978th most popular wine on Wine-Searcher last year. Search rank last month: 3346th

Price History for F E Trimbach Gewurztraminer, Alsace, France
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Grape Variety: Gewurztraminer

Gewurztraminer is a pink-skinned grape variety that produces some of the most distinctively aromatic wines in the world, an intense style that also polarizes people. Ardent fans of Gewurztraminer adore its highly perfumed scents and slightly spicy flavors, while its detractors lament its lack of acid and obvious fruit tones. Few, however, would deny Gewurztraminer’s presence on the olfactory radar.

Literally translated, Gewurztraminer means 'spiced Traminer' (Traminer Aromatico in Italian), in reference to the grape's heritage as a mutation of the Traminer family of grapes. Up until 1870 Gewurztraminer was simply known as Traminer in Alsace, and even until the 1970s both Traminer and Gewurztraminer were used to describe the same grapes. Winemakers of this time can easily be forgiven ... more


Region Hierarchy
  • Alsace wine region

    Alsace, in the far north-eastern corner of France, stands out from other French wine regions thanks to its strong Franco-Germanic influences. These are the result of the region having switched back and forth between German and French sovereignty in recent centuries – and are evident not only in Alsatian architecture and culture, but also in the wines.

    The Alsace region lies between the Vosges mountains and the French border with Germany, marked by the Rhine river. A long, thin region, it measures 115 miles (185km) north to south and just 25 miles (40km) from east to west. The key viticultural areas here are all located on the lower hillsides of the Vosges, on slopes with east and south-easterly aspects.

    The Vosges play a vital role in defining the region's ... more

  • France wine region

    France is arguably the world's most important wine-producing country. For centuries, it has produced wine in greater quantity – and of reportedly greater quality – than any other nation. Wine is ingrained in French culture at almost every level of society; it is the drink of both the elite and the common people, and a key symbol in Roman Catholicism, France's majority religion.

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