Marcel Deiss Grasberg

From winery fact sheet:

Typicity: Exotic, fat, long and luminous semi-dry wine. Nose: explosion of candied citrus and fresh mint leaves. Mouthfeel: acid energy of very ripe large citrus fruits. Length, softer finish, unusual vitality.

Aging potential: 10 to 15 years

Serving: Decant 1 hour before serving. Temperature of 10°C.

Pairing suggestions: Terrine of foie gras or pan-fired foie gras. Prawns or lobster salad with citrus vinaigrette. Ginger-based Asian cuisine. Duck à l'orange. Crépes Suzette.

Terroir: Meager limestones of the fossile-rich Great Oolite. Northern exposure and altitude of 340 m: absolute austerity!

Grape varieties: Complantation of Riesling, Pinot Gris, Gewurztraminer.

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