Marcel Deiss Grasberg 2015

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This wine comes exclusively from the vineyards of the Domaine Macel DEISS located on the "GRASBERG", at 340 meters above sea level on a calcareous soil rich in fossils. The thinness of the ground leads the vine to plunge deeply in search of its energy. It is an exotic wine, bold with a scent of citrus and mint leaves. The taste is energetic but with a softer finish.
Lobster and Foie Gras are excellent combinations but also the ginger-based Asian cuisine is ideal to bring out all its qualities.

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Smell

Maggiorana e pepe nero, con sentori di petali di rosa.

Taste

Succoso con un finale lungo con sentori di pepe bianco, arancio e limone scorze, pesche ed ananas.

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Features

YEAR 2015
VINES Pinot Grigio, Riesling, Traminer Aromatico
ALCOL 13.00
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard

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Informations

CLASSIFICATION AOC Alsace
TEMPERATURE 12-14
LOCATION Bergheim (France)
GROUND Calcareo ricco di fossili
DECANTING 1 ora

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Awards

EXPERT YEAR MARK
EXPERT YEAR MARK
Wine Advocated 2014 91
Wine Advocated 2015 94
James Suckling 2015 95
James Suckling 2016 96

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Name: Domaine Marcel Deiss
Cultivated hectares: 26
Winemaker name: Jean-Michel Deiss
Address: Bergheim (France)
Web Site: www.marceldeiss.com

Domaine Marcel DEISS is located in Bergheim, a small village nestling in the heart of the wine region of Alsace, equidistant from the northern and southern boundaries of the region. Current winemaker Jean-Michel DEISS was born into a long-established family of wine growers, living at BERGHEIM since 1744. Managed today by Jean-Michel DEISS, the domaine consists of 26 hectares (52 acres) of hillside vineyards spread over 9 communes and approximately 20 kilometers. The extreme variation in conditions of production at the domaine have led Jean-Michel DEISS to seek to express in each wine the three factors that make a wine complete : the grape variety, the vintage and the terroir. The greater the wine, the more the gustatory characteristics linked to the soil take the place of the typicity linked to grape variety or vintage. When speaking of terroir, the following have to be taken into consideration : geology, pedology, climate and microclimate, technical exploitation of the character of the soil, microfauna and flor, and the traditional methods and techniques used to produce wines.