The traditional bacon the house Steiner is pickled with carefully well-chosen spices and salt. After several days in the cold smoke the bacon matures for other 5 months at chill temperatures. During the maturation originates the typical noble mould which gives the typical mild taste to the product. Steiner's house bacon is a special Gusto of the South Tyrolean bacon doer art.
Steiner is a specialist for typical products our mountain areas. Particularly for the tasty kitchen is suited the belly bacon, well passed through with fat, smoked with beechwood, air-dried about several weeks matured.
The sweet cream for our butter is won of milk High Puster Valley mountain farms. Genuine, aromatic, tasteful milk. Then we make our butter it. Naturally golden brown, spreadable and extremely soft. It's taste is fresh, creamy and mild.
Our high-class butter is produced exclusively of pasteurised fresh cream. The fine difference becomes apparent! The well strokeable, pale yellow butter of slightly sweetish creamy taste comes everywhere with pleasure freshly on the table.
The Sextner butter is one few which is produced of sour cream and is really requested around. Of course it is also produced of milk free of genetic engineering and without additives.
The "Extra" quality was born a careful selection of olives that boast the maximum characteristics of the selected quality. Harvested on the Venetian hills once ripe, they are processed with the traditional cold extraction system. This oil of the fragrant taste and fruity scent, is of deep green colour with golden reflexes.
Roasted over olive tree wood A blend of selected coffees wood-roasted using a traditional slow roasting process. Each type of coffee is roasted separately in order to obtain the most appropriate degree of roasting for that particular variety. Before blending, each coffee is tasted in order to avoid any defects and guarantee the organoleptic qualities of the finished product. Composition: 90 % Arabica, 10 % Robusta
Light green lustre run through the straw colour of this wine whose aroma is rich in fruits, the most striking of which are pears. An excellent acidity balance gives this wine strength and structure. It is dry and smooth on the palate, and leaves a long, pleasant aftertaste. The Pinot Grigio goes well with many dishes, especially lighter foods, to which it is an excellent accompaniment. It is served chilled and also bestows a fine taste following longer ageing.