Wine Advocate-Parker :
Slightly marked by new-ish wood and its malolactic fermentation, Deiss' 2004 Mambourg is strangely reserved in the nose, but palate-saturating in its rich, vanilla- and lanolin-tinged baked apple and peach fruit, and thoroughly infiltrated with vivid chalk. Dramatically mineral and intensely phenolic in finish, it would for that very reason seem somewhat austere, but in addition we are suddenly û for the first time in this entire collection û plunged into sheer dryness of low single-digit residual sugar! It's not easy to give this wine its due, but I think what's owed it above all is 2-3 years to see how well the wood integrates and whether some nuance will emerge.
|Encépagement||Pinot Blanc/Pinot Gris/Pinot Noir/Pinot Beurot/Pinot Meunier|
|Revue du Vin de France||16,5|
|Allergènes||Contient des sulfites|
|Producteur/Metteur en bouteille||DOMAINE MARCEL DEISS 68750 BERGHEIM FRANCE|
|Producteur||Domaine Marcel Deiss|