Wine Albert Mann, Riesling "Rosenberg", Alsace AOC, 2016
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Reviews of purchase Albert Mann, Riesling "Rosenberg", Alsace AOC, 2016
Wine brilliant golden color.
In a wide, enveloping taste of wine, well-pronounced acidity is perfectly balanced by sweetness. The finish is refreshing, with citrus and mineral hues.
Bright aroma of the wine is filled with rich tones of Maltese orange, grapefruit, gooseberry, passion fruit and mint.
It is recommended to serve wine with grilled halibut with lemon juice, puff pie with salmon, Atlantic cod, scallops and lobsters, Japanese sushi and rolls.
Albert Mann, Riesling "Rosenberg" - a great wine with a rich, fragrant, multifaceted aroma and enveloping, well-balanced taste. Riesling "Rosenberg" is part of the line of terroir wines of the Albert Mann company, which are recognized for their high quality, achieved primarily due to the exceptional characteristics of the soil and microclimate. These wines are worthy of the most demanding gourmets.
Label wine Riesling "Rosenberg" , made by French artist François Bruetschy (François Bruetschy), presented in the form of a piece of the sun. The striped square in the center symbolizes the land where the vines grow. It is surrounded by menhirs (stone blocks), which are the abstract configuration of two families - Mann and Barthelme, engaged in viticulture and winemaking since the beginning of the XVII century, whose talent and desire for quality is an integral part of creating excellent wines.
Domain Albert Mann is the result of the joint work of two large wine-making families - the Mann family, which has been involved in winemaking since the beginning of the 17th century, and the Bartelme family, already known in 1654 Today, two brothers, Maurice and Jackie Barthelme, with the assistance of their wives, Marie-Claire and Marie-Thérez, manage the family estate and beautiful vineyards. The task of the winery is to produce wine in harmony with the earth. After all, wine is the memory of grapes, it is able to convey the taste of the earth. That is why in 1997, biodynamic cultivation was practiced in the domain. Since 2000, domain wines have been certified as organic by Ecocert, and since 2010, Biodyvin has received biodynamic certification. Currently, the estate occupies 23 hectares, divided into one hundred small plots. In the possession of the domain Albert Mann - five vineyards of the Grand Cru class, two so-called "Lé-Di" and one monopoly Clos.