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Trimbach Gewurztraminer
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Floral with a fine drinking quality
09/16/2007
by Hermanson11975826
Given as a gift, it's got a fine floral nose, with a taste that is instantly enjoyable to anyone who wants a white. More taste than most inexpensive whites, and the Trimbach family, as it says on their website, have been doing fine Alsacian wines since the early 1600's. Like good German beers that are still affordable, this wine pleases with extra taste, while not commanding a King's Ransom.

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