Wine Advocate-Parker :
Heliotrope, lily, honeysuckle, nutmeg, and coriander sweetly and seductively scent Deiss's 2009 Burg, and their return is supported by sweetness and complemented by seductive silkiness on an expansive and subtly oily yet buoyant palate. The overall effect pushes in a confectionary direction, and while the finish is impressively persistent, this doesn't approach the elegance or interactive complexity of the 2008 or 2007. As for longevity, I could easily envisage this retaining its freshness and allure for 15 years, though what changes time is likely to bring other than an eventual diminution in the wine's sense of sweetness, I won't try to speculate.
|Allergènes||Contient des sulfites|
|Producteur/Metteur en bouteille||DOMAINE MARCEL DEISS 68750 BERGHEIM FRANCE|
|Producteur||Domaine Marcel Deiss|
|Sucrosité||Vins blancs moelleux|