Albert Mann Gewurztraminer 2020

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The intent of the Domaine Albert Mann is to produce a wine in harmony with the land. Wine is the memory of grapes, it is able to convey the taste of the land. In 1997 the company began practicing cultivation following biodynamic principles and in 2000 it received organic certification from Ecocert.
The wines produced come from traditional Alsatian vines and from different types of soil such as sandy, gravelly, silty and clayey. They are very fruity, aromatic and can be drunk within 5 years.
Among these, the Gewurztraminer 2018 shows a light light yellow color with some golden reflections. The bouquet is powerful and complex. The scents are a mix of exotic fruits, flowers and spices. The taste is enveloping and delicate with a persistent finish. Excellent with exotic and spicy cuisine.

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Color

Brillante giallo dorato.

Smell

Naso espressivo e un delicato bouquet di fiori di rosa, con miele d'acacia.

Taste

Dopo l'aerazione sentiamo l'intensificazione del bouquet, e provoca una sensazione corposa con una finale speziata e vellutata che enfatizza la nota speziata.

Pairings

Spiedini di gamberi, ananas, mango arrosto, latte di cocco e coriandolo fresco. Cucina esotica e cucina indiana, con spezie.

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Features

YEAR 2020
ALCOL 14.00
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard

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CLASSIFICATION AOC Alsace
TEMPERATURE 12-14

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Awards

EXPERT YEAR MARK
EXPERT YEAR MARK
Wine Spectator 2011 91
Wine Spectator 2012 90
Wine Spectator 2013 88
Wine Spectator 2014 88
Wine Spectator 2016 90
Wine Advocated 2008 89
Wine Advocated 2011 87
James Suckling 2008 95
James Suckling 2015 94

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CELLAR

Name: Albert Mann
Address: 13 rue du Château - Wettolsheim (France)
Web Site: www.albertmann.com

The birth of Domaine Albert Mann is the fruit of the joint efforts of two big winemaker families, Mann and Barthelmé. Mann's are winegrowers since the beginning of the 17th century and Barthelmé's since 1654. Today both brothers, Maurice and Jacky Barthelmé, with theirs wives, Marie-Claire and Marie-Thérèse, manage the family estate.