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Maison Marcel Deiss, Bergheim

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#2 of 10 in Things to do in Bergheim
Winery / Vineyard · Hidden Gem · Food & Drink
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  • I have visited Alsace for a number of years now and always heard great things about this producer. So this year I decided to book an appointment to sample their wines. Quite simply this was the best....  more »
  • We had visited a number of wine producers during our five day trip to Alsace and all were pretty much outstanding. Unfortunately our visit to Marcel Diess, which was the last of our trip was the...  more »
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  • The wines are great, but overpriced. As an experience taking into consideration value, quality, and service there are far better places in the route. 15 euro for a tasting was a bit of a rip off in my opinion.
  • As for the wines, I must say they are excellent. Their practice and philosophy of complantation is elegant and quaint - harvesting multiple varietals at the same time from the same parcel to promote terroir over varietal characteristics. And the resulting "blends" are heavenly. However, after a lovely tasting, our visit was totally ruined by very poor treatment. We called the day ahead and were welcomed to the open tasting room. Tasting pours were miniscule- literally one sip or two. Most of the wines were also oxydized, despite the use of the Coravin system. It's winter, few visitors, so the bottles had been open at least several days. But I didn't want to be rude, so I didn't say anything. At the conclusion I chose to purchase three very expensive bottles (for Alsace), totaling over €100. I was then told - AFTER the tasting - that I needed to buy a fourth bottle, or the tasting actually cost €15 each (we were two people). WTF? You tell people AFTER the tasting that it costs? A tasting charge was not displayed or mentioned anywhere or by any employee, or on the phone the day before. And then of course because they are French, the employee actually had the nerve to blame ME, the customer. (This is typical French, it's never their fault.) "I'm sure my colleague told you." No bro, no they didn't. So I spend €100 on three bottles but that's apparently not enough to cover a miniscule tasting. So I was compelled to purchase a *fourth* pricey bottle to negate the tasting fee. Unbelievably rude. Great wine, but overpriced, and absolutely obnoxious customer treatment. I will enjoy these wines and try to forget the ruined visiting experience. Just go elsewhere. Numerous other wineries in Alsace will welcome you like kings and pour for free.
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