Altenberg De Bergheim, Bergheim

Domaine Marcel Deiss

Berckem Alsace Grand Cru White Blend

I'm taken back to the mustard fields of Alsace staring up at the hectares of old field blends in Berkhem. — 23 days ago

Domaine Marcel Deiss

Altenberg de Bergheim Alsace Grand Cru White Blend 2006


Yet again a great match for Sakana with Hsing/Mimi but this time Vollenweider provided good competition. The Omakase was same as last time, last day of the monthly menu so a good comp. Thought the food was actually a bit off compared to previous time but still what a great combo with the wines. — 2 years ago

Ericsson and Ira liked this

Domaine Marcel Deiss

Grasberg Bergheim Alsace Riesling 2008

One of my favorite Alsace. Complantage and unlike anything else. Deep golden color. Still much to give. — 3 years ago

Gustave Lorentz

Altenberg de Bergheim Alsace Grand Cru AOC Riesling 2015

@delectable: this is the selection de grains nobles — 2 months ago

Peter, Lies and 2 others liked this

Gustave Lorentz

Vieilles Vignes Altenberg de Bergheim Alsace Grand Cru Riesling 2015

Lime, faint lemon, citrus. Long lasting finish. Fairly mild wine. Good with Yokozuna sushi at home. — a year ago

Elissa Baker
with Elissa

Domaine Marcel Deiss

Engelgarten Bergheim Alsace Riesling Blend 2001

Alder Yarrow

There are a few producers in the world about which I can say unequivocally that I adore every wine they make. Domaine Marcel Deiss is one of them. @domainemarceldeiss. I managed to get ahold of some older vintage wines recently and I’m trying very hard not to drink them too fast, but they’re just so darn good. Decided to open this one over dinner with friends last night and it was glorious. Crystallized honey, parchment, dried orange peels, and herbs, all welded to a core of crushed stone. Fantastic. This is a most unusual (though not for Deiss) field blend of Riesling, Pinot Gris, Pinot Beurot, Muscat, and Pinot Noir. — 2 years ago

Eddie, Lyle and 10 others liked this

Domaine Marcel Deiss

Riquewihr Riesling Pinot Gris 2020

One of the two 'Village' hierarchy wines (Berckem is the other) offered by Marcel Deiss.
This is mainly Pinot Gris but with blend of other characters (the way it was originally done in Alsace). Yellow/gold hue. Immediately out of the bottle I get the distinct sur lees smell. Give these some time in the glass and you'll be rewarded with unfamiliar olfactory territory- there is no one distinct scent but instead a bouquet spring wild blossoms and a melange of musk and spice, freshly cut apples and I always get a hint of mustard seed from Bergheim wines.
On the palette sharp acid is smoothed over by a slightly plush texture. Imagine a bite of unripened yellow apples in a pie filling before it hits the oven.
Not bad for their entry level wines!
— 10 months ago

Ira liked this

Domaine Marcel Deiss

Le Jardin des Anges Engelgarten Cru d'Alsace Riesling Blend 2018

Field blend of Riesling, Pinot Gris, Pinot Beurot, Muscat and Pinot Noir from the Engelgarten, a vineyard with poor, gravelly soils located just outside the walls of Bergheim (about 10 miles north of Colmar, in the Haut Rhin). Pure, expressive nose with notes of citrus, rubber and minerals. Intense, dry, textured. Slightly ripe. Long, saline finish. — 2 years ago

Brent, Mike and 1 other liked this

Domaine Fernand Engel

Altenberg de Bergheim Alsace Grand Cru Gewürztraminer 2015

Yeah, what a wine. Full ripe tropical fruits, creamy vanilla with a light hint of caramel sweetness. Orange zest bitters. Quite sweet but just enough citrus sour to prevent it from becoming too thick. Mached excellent with the spicy lintal coconut dal for diner. But standalone it is even better. — 3 years ago

Rene, Rob and 2 others liked this