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Domaine Marcel Deiss : Mambourg Grand cru 2012

Alsace - White - 13° Domaine Marcel Deiss Domaine Marcel Deiss 2012 F323/12
  • Parker : 96
  • J. Robinson : 17

Domaine Marcel Deiss' 2012 Mambourg Grand Cru is a Pinot blend born on a site with unique geology. 

This 2012 vintage exhibits a clear sand colour and a subtle, round, yet very delicate nose with English cream notes, and delicate wood, wax, and bricks. Accessible at first, this Grand Cru from Alsace offers a deep palate with strong acidity. The finish carries hints of blond tobacco.



Wine Advocate-Parker :
Deiss's big and expressive 2012 Mambourg Grand Cru is one of the most fascinating dry-styled wines I have tasted during my visits in June 2015. Sourced from an extremely low-yielding field blend of Pinot Gris, Noir, Meunier, Blanc, and Beurot on magnesium-rich Oligocene limestones and marl conglomerates (12700 vines/ha), this white golden Pinot from the sunny top site above Sigolsheim is very deep, rich and precise on the concentrated nose that shows just a touch of new oak. Full-bodied, powerful and extremely complex on the palate, this salty and tension-filled wine reveals a vibrant and mineral soul with a firm and grippy tannin structure, and an impressive length. This is a kind of Montrachet if you will, but Jean-Michel Deiss would probably turn the limping comparison by saying that the Montrachet is just a Burgundian version of the Mambourg. Check also the Mambourg Gewurztraminer from Marc Tempé to find out more about the talents of this exceptional Alsatian Grand Cru.;2015 - 2032
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€77.69
EUR 860.0 Millesima In stock

Millesima offers Domaine Marcel Deiss, purchased exclusively from their producing estates. In stock in our cellars in Bordeaux in their original case from the Château or Estate.

Domaine Marcel Deiss' 2012 Mambourg Grand Cru is a Pinot blend born on a site with unique geology. 

This 2012 vintage exhibits a clear sand colour and a subtle, round, yet very delicate nose with English cream notes, and delicate wood, wax, and bricks. Accessible at first, this Grand Cru from Alsace offers a deep palate with strong acidity. The finish carries hints of blond tobacco.



Wine Advocate-Parker :
Deiss's big and expressive 2012 Mambourg Grand Cru is one of the most fascinating dry-styled wines I have tasted during my visits in June 2015. Sourced from an extremely low-yielding field blend of Pinot Gris, Noir, Meunier, Blanc, and Beurot on magnesium-rich Oligocene limestones and marl conglomerates (12700 vines/ha), this white golden Pinot from the sunny top site above Sigolsheim is very deep, rich and precise on the concentrated nose that shows just a touch of new oak. Full-bodied, powerful and extremely complex on the palate, this salty and tension-filled wine reveals a vibrant and mineral soul with a firm and grippy tannin structure, and an impressive length. This is a kind of Montrachet if you will, but Jean-Michel Deiss would probably turn the limping comparison by saying that the Montrachet is just a Burgundian version of the Mambourg. Check also the Mambourg Gewurztraminer from Marc Tempé to find out more about the talents of this exceptional Alsatian Grand Cru.;2015 - 2032
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