Assez expressif dès l'ouverture, arômes d'agrumes et de thé vert. Minéral en bouche avec une richesse assez soutenue et un bon équilibre. Après 2 heures d'aération, des notes fines de pétrole et florales commencent a prendre le dessus mais en bouche le sucre résiduel tend a peser en finale au dépend de la fraîcheur. Je doute que ce vin puisse vieillir au delà de 3 ans.
Time to try a bottle, because of the past recent reviews. I agree it's ready, showing juicy Riesling fruit balanced against the right proportion of acidity, medium-bodied with a slightly rich-feeling, cosseting texture, and a kind of appealing, slightly slimy feel in the mouth. Very nice.
I read yesterday about a 1995 CFE showing brilliantly, but, if you have a few bottles of the '04 in your cellar, it's a good time to try one and begin forming your own judgement about when to drink the rest.
Very very slight cork (+ oxi) influence. Not really that disturbing. It seemed less fresh than another bottle some months ago. Its body was slightly more beefy and it showed a few nutty characteristics. Absolutely drinkable, but slightly influenced by flaw. So you choose bewteen FLAW or 90 P.
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(Trimbach Riesling Cuvée Frédéric Emile) Sourced from grands crus Geisberg and Osterberg, says Jean Trimbach, the vines having an average age of 50 years, with the oldest up to 70. A bright and fresh nose here, limes and minerals in abundance, with a well-balanced and elegant substance. A grainy depth, supple and with plenty of appeal for the future. Excellent potential here.
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