Wine trade

We will participate at the wine trade in St Germain Les Corbeil (91) at Salle des Fêtes the 15th of Novembre 2014 

Wine trade - Vignerons Indépendants de Paris-

We will be present from the 27th November to the 01 December 2014 in Paris at the Porte de Versailles - stand P21. 

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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 2011
 
Location : Kientzheim and Wettolsheim
 
Grapes varieties : 66 % Pinot Blanc, 16 % Auxerrois , 12 % Pinot Noir and 6 % 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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