WINE ENTHUSIAST

Domaine Moltès 2014 Steinert Grand Cru Gewurztraminer (Alsace)
Soft notes of rose petal and sandalwood on the nose frame a rounded and medium-sweet but balanced palate of a soft, smooth and scented richness. The palate adds aromatic peachiness and some tropical notes of lychee with edges of more sandalwood spice. This wine is like a scented cloud of peach with a clean finish.
91 Points Alsace $32

Domaine Moltès 2014 Steinert Grand Cru Pinot Gris (Alsace)
A lifted, phenolic note of Bosc pear peel suggests both freshness and maturity. The soft, rounded palate sings with pear sweetness and finishes medium-dry. There is softness and pliability, but a guiding, focused freshness that provides excellent balance.
90 Points Alsace $32

Domaine Moltès 2014 Steinert Grand Cru Riesling (Alsace)
There is an almost tropical touch to the apple and lemon fruit: this is almost like vanilla-spiced apple tart with lemon zest. Very appetizing with that unusual vanilla-edge and more of that tropical lychee. Overall, this is balanced and very fruit-driven.
89 Points Alsace $32

Domaine Moltès & Fils 2014 Tradition Riesling (Alsace)
This seems prematurely evolved with its lifted, kerosene-like whiff on the nose, but is no less pleasant for that. Ripe stone fruit melds into a slick, oily palate guided by a seam of bright, lemony freshness. The finish is dry and bright, and flavors fill the mouth long after the last sip..
89 Points Alsace $17

Domaine Moltès 2014 Tradition Pinot Gris (Alsace)
Aromas seem blunted, but the palate shows both freshness and fruit. This is balanced and comes out with surprisingly friendly apple fruit, finishing on a fresh note.
86 Points Alsace $18

Domaine Moltès 2013 Tradition Pinot Blanc (Alsace)
Lightly spicy, this soft wine has a broad feel, with a rounded texture, ripe apples and attractive, bright acidity. Drink now.
84 Points Alsace $16

Domaine Moltès 2013 Tradition Riesling (Alsace)
Light and gently aromatic, this is a rounded style of Riesling without much texture. It’s soft, fruity and ready to drink.
83 Points Alsace $20

Domaine Moltès 2012 Réserve Pinot Gris (Alsace)
Lightly smoky wine, with spice and rounded white fruits with tropical highlights. It’s full and rich, not quite dry but with a pepper character that makes it seem drier than it is. Ready to drink..
90 Points Alsace $24

Domaine Moltès 2012 Réserve Gewurztraminer (Alsace)
A particularly fruity Gewurztraminer. Spiciness is an after-thought, with leading notes of ripe, full-bodied tropical fruits and light acidity. It is warm, and would pair well with ripe, creamy cheeses. of …
88 Points Alsace $25

Domaine Moltès 2012 Réserve Muscat (Alsace)
Tasting of white grapes, this is fruity, lightly spicy and fragrant. It’s a rare grape in Alsace which is a shame because its delicate, attractive fruitiness makes it a great apéritif wine.
88 Points Alsace $20

Domaine Moltès 2012 Réserve Riesling (Alsace)
A delicate and elegant Riesling, light, fresh and perfumed. It has white fruits, a floral hedgerow character and a dry, more tight and nervy final character. Fruity while structured, it’s ready to age a couple of years..
88 Points Alsace $16

Domaine Moltès 2012 Réserve Sylvaner (Alsace)
The traditional way to quench a thirst in Alsace—apart from its famed beers—was a glass of Sylvaner. This is soft, fruity, refreshing with a fine balance between acidity and crisp apple fruits. The wine is totally ready to go..
87 Points Alsace $16

Domaine Moltès 2012 Réserve Pinot Blanc (Alsace)
A rounded wine, showing youthful acidity as well as a light, bright apple and grapefruit character. It’s tight and more nervy than some Pinot Blancs, bringing out a crisp, fresh character at the end..
86 Points Alsace $16