What the Critics say
Vivid straw-green. Minerals and lime on the enticing nose, complemented by a hint of violet. Bright, juicy and dense, a laser beam of acidity providing the minty pomaceous fruit and minerals with noteworthy clarity and cut. The long, dense finish is vibrant, explosively fruity and classically dry (7 g/L r.s. and 7.4 g/L total acidity)
From an blend of old vines from the Rosenberg and Altenbourg vineyards. Bright straw-green. Blood orange and lemon aromas. Juicy and ripe on the palate, with flavours of orange, tangerine and yellow apple. Lovely concentration here, very nicely balanced, finishing with bright acidity and lingering lemon and a lick of spice and herb. A lesson in purity!
Domaine Albert Mann sits firmly in the top rank of Alsatian wine producers. The quality of wines from here is always incredibly consistent, but at the same time has been on a constant upward curve; a fact that must be in part related to the estate’s conversion to biodynamic viticulture. Brothers Jacky and Maurice Barthelme consistently produce wines of richness, concentration and intensity, while never losing sight of terroir.