Open house day 2015

Estate open house day will take place the 11st of May 2015. You could try the vintage 2014 and few 2013 (reserved only for professionals). 

Open house day 2015

Estate open house day will take place the 11st of May 2015. You could try the vintage 2014 and few 2013 (reserved only for professionals). 

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Crémant d'Alsace Brut by Albert Mann

The Crémant d'Alsace owes a large part of its finesse and originality to the unique personality of each of the Alsace grape varieties, and to the ideal conditions enjoyed by the vineyards : a dry, sunny climate with vineyards slopes bathed in the rising sun and special geological conditions.
 
Available at the tasting room : vintage 2012
 
Location : Kientzheim and Wettolsheim
 
Grapes varieties : Pinot Blanc, Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris
 
Soil : Clay-limestone and sand
 
Tasting note : Expressive nose, delicate and freshness. A fine liveliness. Dominance of white fruits fleshed. Bubbles are fine and delicate.
 
Food matching : aperitif, with seafood.
 
 
 
 


The label created by François Bruetschy

The creation of a label for a wine produced by the Domaine Albert Mann is always the opportunity of a journey where all senses are summoned. Thus, for the Crémant d'Alsace, a sixth sense invited itself naturally : the sense of celebration. The formal words, imagined for the other labels here take a cheerful liberty : the logo divides itself carefreely into two and begins to circle like a turnstile of fireworks while projecting fine sparks, as the bubbles of this elegant wine do. The vine-shoots dance in the space, the blue colour of the streamers exalts the yellow evoking the subtle colour of the Crémant. Accompanying once again a wine of the Domaine Albert Mann has been for me the ideal pretext for a delighted creation.

Domaine Albert Mann

13 rue du Château
F-68920 Wettolsheim - France
Phone :  +33 3 89 80 62 00
Fax : +33 3 89 80 34 23

Opening hours:
Monday thru Saturday
9am-12pm / 2pm-6pm

Sunday and public holidays:
The estate is closed

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