2005 Weinbach, Domaine Gewurztraminer Grand Cru Mambourg Selection de Grains Nobles

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  • Gewurztraminer
  • 500ML
  • IWC 95
  • WS 94
  • WA 93

Reviews for 2005 Weinbach, Domaine Gewurztraminer Grand Cru Mambourg Selection de Grains Nobles

IWC 95
Stephen Tanzer's IWC - Stephen Tanzer's IWC, December 2008
Pale yellow. Spicy yellow fruits and flowers on the inviting nose. Supersweet tactile and suave offering an uncanny combination of plush texture elegance and power. This boasts really explosive fruit and an exceptionally... Pale yellow. Spicy yellow fruits and flowers on the inviting nose. Supersweet tactile and suave offering an uncanny combination of plush texture elegance and power. This boasts really explosive fruit and an exceptionally long palate-caressing finish. Wonderfully classy SGN and more gripping than the Altenbourg.
WS 94
Wine Spectator - Wine Spectator, November 2008
Tangy with ripe blood orange and pomegranate flavors that mix with an underlying smokiness and lots of lychee and spice notes. It's elegant with seamlessly integrated juicy acidity and a long mouthwatering finish. Drink... Tangy with ripe blood orange and pomegranate flavors that mix with an underlying smokiness and lots of lychee and spice notes. It's elegant with seamlessly integrated juicy acidity and a long mouthwatering finish. Drink now through 2028. 25 cases imported. -AN
WA 93
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, February 2008
The Fallers' 2005 Gewurztraminer Mambourg Selection de Grains Nobles offers a striking aromatic melange of musky flowers litchi and melon liqueur a glycerin-rich buttery-textured and enveloping mouthful of fruits and... The Fallers' 2005 Gewurztraminer Mambourg Selection de Grains Nobles offers a striking aromatic melange of musky flowers litchi and melon liqueur a glycerin-rich buttery-textured and enveloping mouthful of fruits and honey and a luscious finish in which pineapple and melon offer unquenchable juiciness and prevent high residual sugar upstaging this wines manifest wealth of flowers and spices or interfering with a finish of exceptional cut and clarity for Gewurztraminer. I would revisit this in 5-7 years but have no compunction about holding it for 20. -David Schildknecht