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Alsace might be better known for its crisp, lively white wines, but the region also produces some deliciously fresh and fruity reds from Pinot Noir. The grapes used for this cuvee are grown on excellent, well-draining limestone soils which are very similar to those in the renowned Clos de Bèze vineyard in Burgundy. Winemaker Jean Michel farms his vineyards organically and biodynamically to produce top quality fruit which requires only a very light touch in the winery.
Following vinification half of the young wine is transferred to large casks while the remainder is aged in stainless steel tanks for 12 months. The result is a vibrant, medium bodied Pinot Noir with exuberant bright red cherry and raspberry aromas and a mouthwatering freshness on the palate.
Domaine Marcel Deiss is widely regarded as one of Alsace’s leading lights thanks to the hard work and inspirational leadership of Jean Michel Deiss who is the third generation of the family to run the estate. Jean Michel’s unconventional methods include resurrecting forgotten and ancient indigenous grape varieties which are not permitted under the strict regulations of the Alsace appellation and replanting his top vineyards as field blends with a mixture of different varieties.