Domaine Jean-Marc Bernhard Gewürztraminer Alsace Grand Cru Aoc Mambourg 2005

Member Review by Adam Levin:

I didn't realize this would be a sweet wine, but it is. Surprising that it has 14% alcohol and is still sweet. The crowd liked it as a before dinner sipper and with dessert. To me it was more similar to a simple sauternes than a gewurztraminer.

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Region: France » Alsace » Grand Cru » Haut-rhin » Mambourg

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Color: White
Varietal: Gewürztraminer
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Domaine Jean-Marc Bernhard:
Domaine Jean-Marc Bernhard is situated in Katzenthal, in the west side from Colmar, in the heart of the Alsacian wine country, our village is laying in a valley surrounded by vineyards along the Alsacian Wine Route. The family estate is situated in the middle of the village, the buildings, dated from the 16th century, have been bought by the family Bernhard in 1802. The cellars have always e... Read more
Domaine Jean-Marc Bernhard is situated in Katzenthal, in the west side from Colmar, in the heart of the Alsacian wine country, our village is laying in a valley surrounded by vineyards along the Alsacian Wine Route. The family estate is situated in the middle of the village, the buildings, dated from the 16th century, have been bought by the family Bernhard in 1802. The cellars have always exclusively served to the winemaking. The dynamism and experience brought successively by the 9 generations are the elements which procure a high level of quality. The attachment to our roots remains intact, everybody has got his own role and has got the taste for good work. Read less

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Snooth User: Adam Levin
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3.00 5
11/28/2008

I didn't realize this would be a sweet wine, but it is. Surprising that it has 14% alcohol and is still sweet. The crowd liked it as a before dinner sipper and with dessert. To me it was more similar to a simple sauternes than a gewurztraminer.



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