- Altenberg de Bergheim 2004
- Riesling, Pinot Gris, Gewürztraminer, Muscat...
- France > Alsace
- White, Touch Sweet, Medium-Bodied, Fruity, Rich
- Match honeyed Alsatian blends with flavorful fish preparations and salty, smoky treats.
- Serve with applewood smoked rainbow trout,
- Szechuan double-cooked pork
- or a wedge of Munster-Gerome.
Nose: Intense, mature, biscuit, honey, peach
Mouth: Medium Bodied, medium sweet, medium-high acidity, intense, long finish, honeysuckle, stone fruits, vanilla
- Jean-Michel Deiss, true iconoclast and biodynamic fervent, loves co-plantation, extremely late harvests, biking and challenging the French AOC system. He feels that true terroir is more important than Grand Cru status and that high density planting and very low yields are the only way to make his phenomenally expressive and amazingly controversial wines. Vive Deiss!
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