Wine Domaine Marc Tempe, "Mambourg", Selection de Grains Nobles, 1998, 375 ml
Reviews of purchase Domaine Marc Tempe, "Mambourg", Selection de Grains Nobles, 1998, 375 ml
Wine golden brown.
Wine with refined taste average completeness and oily texture.
The aroma of wine you can find tones of apricot compote, raspberries, cherries and a variety of spices.
The wine goes well with foie gras, blue cheeses, desserts, can also be used as a digestif.
Mamburg that dominates Zigolskhaymom - the oldest vineyard in the area. His story is more known in the Middle Ages, when it belonged to the monasteries and feudal lords, because of what and received the status of a noble. Its limestone-magnesium soil gets maximum sun and lies on Tertiary limestone and marl terraces. This particular geology of the Oligocene limestone of the Quaternary period gives the wine "Mamburg" very rare qualities, namely, noble tannins and a subtle rounded taste. On this steep slope Domain Mark Tampa belongs 7 sites with Gewurztraminer, whose total area is 1.14 acres.
Wine "Mamburg" Selekson de Gran Noble made a plot with old vines, planted in 1930. Berries are harvested ripe, overwhelmed "noble rot".
Domain Mark Tampa today is one of the best producers of Alsace, whose wines a unique personality and charm with elegance and richness of flavor. The first land for vineyards were purchased by the father of Mark after the Second World War and located on a hill Mambur. It is from two sites area of 13.5 acres and began the history of the company. Today Domain owns excellent terroirs in 9 regions of Alsace, among which it is worth noting Altenburg, Grafenreben, Rodelsburg and Zellenberg.
Initially, the company adheres to traditional farming methods, bringing in soil inorganic fertilizers to produce higher yields, but it has not brought its fruit and grape quality is poor. After the company was headed by Mark Tampa, in the vineyards began to apply biodynamic methods, a strong trimming vines and surface plowing, so the quality of the grapes for several years has increased significantly. Today, for the cultivation of the vine are used only organic fertilizers, and grape must not be added sulfur, bentonite and enzymes. Thanks to this technology wine farms are sustainable, aromatic complexity and richness of mineral shades that reveal the uniqueness of each terroir. Often, as a result of minimum intervention in the process of winemaking, wine companies have a high level of carbon dioxide, so before serving them lightly recommended to decant.