"- Oct 95 - Just about any French vineyard owner will talk terroir given the opportunity, but no one argues the case for terroir more passionately than Marcel Deiss. Should any readers be traveling to Alsace, Deiss is definitely a man worth visiting. All of his wines exhibit distinctive personalities. Deiss's 1993 Pinot Blanc Bergheim is made from some of his highest crop vineyards (50-60 hectoliters per hectare). Revealing mineral-dominated, dry, crisp, vibrant fruit, tart, full flavors, light to medium body, and considerable crispness and precision, it should be drunk over the next year.