This is really deep and dense with a long, long finish. It's full-bodied plus has mineral, salt and dried fruits. Very powerful with a super finish that's generous and sexy. 95 Points James Suckling
The chalky, pithy expression of extract richness in Trimbach’s 2013 Riesling Clos Ste-Hune is much more typical of its type not to mention more backward than the impression conveyed by this vintage’s Frederic Emile. But I wouldn’t have expected quite such a carved-in-stone character from this vintage, one in which Frederic Emile too, in its distinctive way – not to mention the majority of Trimbach wines – excels. Piquancy of legume sprouts and fruit pits mingles with smoky, chalky and alkaline notes on a firm, polished palate, leading to an impressively sustained though slightly severe finish. It will suffice, I suspect, to taste this the next time after it is released in several years, and I would expect it to impress through at least 2028.
A broad and creamy white, with a firm frame of acidity that’s pleasingly juicy on the palate, enlivening flavors of white cherry, honeycomb and chamomile. Offers a racy finish of spice and flint. Drink now through 2030. 93 Points Wine Speculator
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