Marcel Deiss Schoenenbourg

From winery fact sheet:

Typicity: Great white semi-dry to sweet Vin de garde. Often displays impressive levels of richness, concentration and mineral expression, with a purity that commands respect. Noble rot almost always present. Peppered or even smoked nose. Verticality masked by the body, mineral expression.

Aging potential: 25 to 40 years

Serving: Open the day before. Temperature of 10°C. Grand Cru glass.

Pairing suggestions: Shellfish and iodine-rich foods (lobster, spiny lobster). Fatted chicken, capon, noble fish and caviar after about ten years of ageing.

Terroir: Keuper marl and gypsum. Southern exposure, located in the bottom of a valley, very steep slope.

Grape varieties: Complantation of all Alsatian varieties.

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