2014 Albert Mann Auxerrois Alsace

SKU #1270021 90 points Vinous

 Lively straw-yellow. Fresh flowers lift stone fruit aromas and flavors, complicated by hints of honey and sweet spices. The wine picks up considerable verve on the long back end thanks to lemon and mineral nuances. Much drier and more tannic than the 2013 Auxerrois. (ID)  (2/2016)

Wine Spectator

 A well-cut, minerally version, with smoke and stone accents leading the way while subtle Gala apple, blanched almond, melon and honeysuckle notes become more expressive with air. (AN, Web-2016)

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