Bright luminous straw. Complex aromas of white peach, talcum powder, anise and balsamic oils. Enters full and round, then slightly more austere, displaying a minty quality to the ripe yellow stone fruit flavors. Finishes long and savory with a strong note of licorice. A very complex, balanced wine that will age well. The Geisberg grand cru is very complex geologically; Trimbach’s vines, rented from the Convent of Ribeauvillé, grow on marly-calcareous and sandstone soils. Interestingly, nobody farms more of the Geisberg than does Trimbach today (3.5 hectares of the total 8.5 hectares of the Geisberg).

Ian D'Agata - Vinous Media (93)

Pretty honeysuckle and flint aromatics waft from the glass of this finely knit white, which displays well-cut acidity and a creamy mix of steeped raspberry, white cherry, blood orange, almond and anise. There's a pleasing vibrancy and balance here, making it so sippable now, but its focus and structure recommend it equally to cellaring. Drink now through 2031.

Alison Napjus - Wine Spectator (94)