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Domaine Marcel Deiss : Mambourg Grand cru 2013

Alsace - Blanc - 14° Domaine Marcel Deiss Domaine Marcel Deiss 2013 F323/13
  • Parker : 95
Wine Advocate-Parker :
The 2013 Grand Cru Mambourg has a clear, deep, pure and complex mineral nose that is clearly dominated by the oligocene limestone of the terroir and the freshness of the vintage. This nose reminds me of a great Meursault. Full-bodied, round and rich, this is a highly complex and firmly structured, but elegant and finessed, Mambourg with a long, pure and salty finish with great grip and tension. Highly expressive and persistent, it is a great Alsatian Grand Cru, indeed. It was fermented in aged in Burgundian Allier pièces (of which 20 to 25% were new) until the bottling in September 2016. Deiss's Mambourg has been planted with 12,000 vines per hectare and the leaf wall is just one meter instead of the more common 1.80 meter height. This is to have low yields with just 14% of potential alcohol, but real (phenolic) maturity and good acidity.
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70,37 €
EUR 760.0 Millesima In stock

Grands Vins de Domaine Marcel Deiss (Alsace) en stock chez Millesima - leader de la vente de vin en ligne - disponibles dans nos chais de Bordeaux.

Wine Advocate-Parker :
The 2013 Grand Cru Mambourg has a clear, deep, pure and complex mineral nose that is clearly dominated by the oligocene limestone of the terroir and the freshness of the vintage. This nose reminds me of a great Meursault. Full-bodied, round and rich, this is a highly complex and firmly structured, but elegant and finessed, Mambourg with a long, pure and salty finish with great grip and tension. Highly expressive and persistent, it is a great Alsatian Grand Cru, indeed. It was fermented in aged in Burgundian Allier pièces (of which 20 to 25% were new) until the bottling in September 2016. Deiss's Mambourg has been planted with 12,000 vines per hectare and the leaf wall is just one meter instead of the more common 1.80 meter height. This is to have low yields with just 14% of potential alcohol, but real (phenolic) maturity and good acidity.
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