Brilliant bright green/gold color. Wonderful aromatics of rose petals and lychee fruit, and those flavors follow on the palate. Soft, broad, and rich in the mouth. A bit simple, with a short finish and could have maybe used a bit more zip, but this was delicious and inviting. I don't have previous experience with this particular wine, so I can't comment on whether it's fading or not, but my bottle seemed fine, in line with other gewurz's I've had.
Tropical fruit nose though tempered with citrus and mineral streak. Quite structured palate. Jackfruit, lychee, peach and apricot. The fruit, whilst nice, did not shine through due to the sharp, mineral mouthfeel.
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(Trimbach Gewurztraminer) This is the entry-level for this variety, and it has a very typical style on the nose, a soapy perfume that sings Gewurztraminer which I don't find immediately appealing. The palate is pretty nice though, not overly blowsy, with a welcome grip to it. Certainly very feminine though, and heavily perfumed.
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