It is the result of the union of two great families of winegrowers: the Manns, winegrowers since the beginning of the 17th century and the Barthelmé, the current owners, winegrowers since 1654.In the heart of Alsace, our estate thrives in Wettolsheim, ideally located in a region with an ancient wine-growing tradition. It is thanks to the union of two Alsatian winegrower families, the Manns and the Barthelmé, that the estate has perpetuated its history for several decades. From then on, women and men from various backgrounds bring the stones that consolidate our domain over the years.

From the years 1997 biodynamics sounded obvious to us. This culture requires a lot of work and more investment, giving the wine its own identity as well as a pure reflection of a terroir. Thanks to these biodynamic preparations, we promote the organic life of the soils and the development of mycorrhizae present on the roots of the vine. So many factors that make it possible to bring the quintessence of the terroir to the wine. In addition, by juggling between plowing and plant cover, we also manage to bring the roots down to the depths to capture as much as possible the minerals from the degradation of the bedrock.

Our desire, to produce wines in harmony with the land. It is the memory of the grape, capable of transmitting the latter’s taste. The cellar is a sacred place where the magic operates to make the work of a year bear fruit. Currently, the estate covers 23 hectares divided into a hundred small cultivation islands, which we work like a hundred small gardens. Throughout the vinification, finesse is the watchword. Our wines will develop delicately in our winery at the bottom of the village.

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Domaine Albert Mann Riesling 2019

$51.00
Farmed according to biodynamic principles, this Riesling from Albert Mann has a golden colour and a delicate aromatic bouquet. Notes of white flowers and citrus fruits abound, with a nice minerality. Rich, refined and direct, this highly structured wine has a long lingering finish.

Domaine Albert Mann Gewurztraminer 2019

$54.40
A pretty light-yellow colour with some golden reflections. The bouquet is powerful and complex. It's an explosion of exotic fruits, flowers and spices. The palate, which perfectly envelops the entire palate, is delicate and delicious. It is a Gewurztraminer with a nice balance between power and finesse.

Domaine Albert Mann Gewurztraminer 2020

$58.65
Domaine Albert Mann is located in Wettolsheim, Alsace. It is the result of the union of two great families of winegrowers: the Manns, winegrowers since the beginning of the 17th century and the Barthelmé, the current owners and winegrowers since 1654. The 23-hectare vineyard has been managed biodynamically since 1997 and divided into one a hundred small islands of cultures, worked like small gardens. A pretty golden yellow color, the bouquet is powerful and complex. It's an explosion of fresh exotic fruits. The palate, which perfectly envelops the entire palate, is frank and dazzling. It is a Gewurztraminer with a nice balance between the power of spices and the finesse that illuminates life. "Giant, fresh pineapple and papaya fruit and wonderfully mouth-filling creaminess, backed up by unusually mineral acidity for this grape. And the ample fine tannins underline this beautifully. Super-long and refined finish with hints of hibiscus and guava. From biodynamically grown grapes. Drink or hold." - 96 points, James Suckling

Domaine Albert Mann Gewurztraminer 2021

$58.65
A pretty light-yellow colour with some golden reflections. The bouquet is powerful and complex. It's an explosion of exotic fruits, flowers and spices. The palate, which perfectly envelops the entire palate, is delicate and delicious. It is a Gewurztraminer with a nice balance between power and finesse.

Domaine Albert Mann Riesling Cuvee Albert 2018

$68.00
Grapes for the Albert cuvée are grown on varied soils of gravel, clay, limestone and granite. Its intense aromatic bouquet expresses notes of citrus fruits. On the palate, the same delicious notes of yellow fruits are present. There is a certain salinity and, on the whole, a great persistence. Enjoy this wine with seafood.

Domaine Albert Mann Riesling Rosenberg 2018

$76.50
This Riesling delivers a discreet olfactory bouquet with a fine maturity. The nose is focused and restrained. The aromas exalt citrus fruits such as blood orange and grapefruit. Tasty tender sensations develop on the palate, marked by a beautiful acidity. The mineral tension is noticeable. To drink now to take advantage of its youthful side, this wine will also have an exceptional aging potential.

Domaine Albert Mann Grand Cru Steingrubler Gewurztraminer 2017

$76.50
This wine has a bright, light yellow color. The nose is perfumed, flattering and expressive without exuberance, with aromas of pineapple and mango with a hint of spice. The attack on the palate is both tender and velvety. The finish is persistent and greedy on exotic notes of lychee and pepper. Its suppleness is loaded with refinement and finesse which provides good digestibility for this grape variety. Very harmonious in his balance, he is a straight gentleman with very broad shoulders.

Domaine Albert Mann Clos de la Faille Pinot Noir 2019

$106.25
A ruby red color, beautiful shine. The expressive nose gradually opens up to aromas of red berries, blackcurrant and blackberries. Airing amplifies this fruity character and reveals a fine mineral note. The palate is fine and delicate, almost velvety. Pure wine, with a vertical profile endowed with a beautiful freshness and a long persistence. Its silhouette is well structured, supported by a nice fruitiness that ends on an appetizing finish.

Domaine Albert Mann Clos de la Faille Pinot Noir 2020

$106.25
A ruby red color, beautiful shine. The expressive nose gradually opens up to aromas of red berries, blackcurrant and blackberries. Airing amplifies this fruity character and reveals a fine mineral note. The palate is fine and delicate, almost velvety. Pure wine, with a vertical profile endowed with a beautiful freshness and a long persistence. Its silhouette is well structured, supported by a nice fruitiness that ends on an appetizing finish.

Domaine Albert Mann Riesling Grand Cru Schlossberg 2018

$107.10
The colour is pale yellow with golden reflections. The nose is marked by floral notes such as hawthorn and linden. On the palate, the attack is tense and is underlined by minerality and chiselled acidity. There are lemony aromas. The structure is ample with nice bitters. Beautiful expression of a granite terroir. This wine exudes youth.

Domaine Albert Mann Pinot Noir Grand H 2019

$145.00
A beautiful limpid color, color chart of ruby with purple reflections. We begin with a nose with rich aromatic expressions, on the one hand a wild side, undergrowth, black truffle and on the other hand a pronounced bouquet of ripe black fruits, Burlat cherries, blackcurrant, blackberry and wild blueberry, which are both intense and promising for a captivating great wine. On the palate, it is a very nice, generous and powerful Pinot Noir. There are also noble spices, touches of roasted coffee and bitter chocolate from Tanzania. A great finesse of tannins lines the palate, revealing a thickness and a width, characteristic of the Grand Cru Hengst. A fusion between the balance of the fruit and the haute couture aging presents us, a wine of pleasure under the sign of the gluttony with a promising future. Grapes come from Wintzenheim, on the Grand Cru Hengst. Marno-calcaro-sandstone, southern exposure. Vines are about 40 years old. "Very deep, rooty nose with so many forest-berry aromas, as well as wild herbs. Then a giant wave of earthy power hits you on the expansive palate. Huge concentration, but every bit as much drive. The intense minerality at the finish may be too much for some, but for us this is the full expression of a unique terroir for the pinot noir grape. From vines in the Grand Cru Hengst. From biodynamically grown grapes. More than 50% whole cluster, then matured in 60% new, the rest second use. Drink or hold." - 98 points, James Suckling

Domaine Albert Mann Pinot Noir Grand P 2019

$145.00
Its deep robe is intense ruby in color, supported by purple reflections on the fringes like a precious fabric. The jamb is generous, suggesting a good glycerol content. The vivid disc is crisp and bright. The wine has a direct, precise aromatic expression. The juice is very young, with aromas of fruits such as raspberry, blackcurrant and blackberry in jelly. It also exalts scents of black tapenade accompanied by an empyreumatic touch, signature of the great Pfersigberg terroir. This Pinot Noir terroir-climate-grape variety is proving to be a great success. The first palate is complex, balanced and harmonious with a dense and racy structure; the persistent and pleasant tannins are of high quality, for the moment still a little tight. The aristocratic breeding is of good quality. Grapes come from Eguisheim, on the Grand Cru Pfersigberg. Vines are about 35 years old. "Beautiful nose of red plum with hints of pomegranate and fresh fig, but the expansive, concentrated and refined palate is even greater than the bouquet. The substantial fine tannins are wrapped in wonderful ripeness, and the further you follow the wine at the finish the more remarkable it becomes. From vines in the Grand Cru Pfersigberg. 50% whole cluster, then maturation in 60% new oak, the rest second use. From biodynamically grown grapes. Drink or hold." - 97 points, James Suckling