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2016 Domaine Marcel Deiss, Grand Vin Grand Cru, Mambourg

Regular price $97
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2016 Domaine Marcel Deiss, Grand Vin Grand Cru, Mambourg

Regular price $97
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Vinous

Vinous

93

Bright pale golden yellow. Not unlike a fruit syrup on the nose, notes of honey and caramel complementing the dried fruit, lime and aromatic herb aromas. Then rich, broad and silky yet light on its feet; harmonious acidity buffers the wine's moderate sweetness, and spicy, smoky nuances accent the ripe orchard fruit flavors. A very horizontal wine that really coats the palate, finishing long and tactile, with noteworthy oaky sweetness; a beauty in the making, but this needs time to resolve the oak. According to Mathieu Deiss, the grapes were picked early but at an optimal ripeness level; the grapes were ripe but still hold acidity (clearly, getting grapes to ripen in the hot Mambourg site is not the problem).

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Vinous

Vinous

93

Bright pale golden yellow. Not unlike a fruit syrup on the nose, notes of honey and caramel complementing the dried fruit, lime and aromatic herb aromas. Then rich, broad and silky yet light on its feet; harmonious acidity buffers the wine's moderate sweetness, and spicy, smoky nuances accent the ripe orchard fruit flavors. A very horizontal wine that really coats the palate, finishing long and tactile, with noteworthy oaky sweetness; a beauty in the making, but this needs time to resolve the oak. According to Mathieu Deiss, the grapes were picked early but at an optimal ripeness level; the grapes were ripe but still hold acidity (clearly, getting grapes to ripen in the hot Mambourg site is not the problem).