wife won’t drink riesling so daughter’s boyfriend stepped up to help. The 375eme comes from a special plot and was for the anniversary of that year in 2001 for the Trimbach estate.
The wines are too close to call. Both are super. Maybe a touch more lift and density in the 375eme. Lots of life left in both. Maureen used to chastise me for opening these too young—they do indeed last 20-30 years and improve. Apricot and citrus, very classy fruit. Glad to have both . . .
If you have a significant stash (and even if not) I would strongly consider busting a bottle out. They are both right in the middle of a superb drinking window, IMO. I do tend to like erring on the side of too early than too late.
I’ve had both within the past year or so, on different occasions some months apart, and both bottles in top condition.
I loved both; the 375 is richer, slightly late harvest, while the regular seemed more typically Trimbach, very dry and very intense. I found them similarly Trimbach Rieslings but quite distinct expressions from one another and wish I had lots more of each. Great wines.