Region: South Tyrol
Cheese type: Blue cheese bovine milk
Appearance: cylinder form covered in cocoa beans
Aroma: intense - chocolate
Flavour: toasted - leather
Consistency: very soft and creamy
Maturation: 2-3 months in the refining cell
Fresh cheese bovine, ovine and goat milk, Appearance: white with coloured dry fruits, smell: fruity - champignon, taste: harmoniously, consistency: creamy - softy, maturation: freshly, maturation time: to consume freshly.
The Südtiroler Edelvernatsch, also known as Schiava, is a light-bodied wine, whose color is light ruby to deep ruby red. It is pleasant and fruity on the palate, often with a touch of bitter almonds.
The Kalterersee Auslese is a light-bodied wine, whose color is light ruby to deep ruby red. It is pleasant and fruity on the palate, often with a touch of bitter almonds.
Only selected pork legs which fulfil the strict criteria of the South Tyrolean bacon syndicate are used for the bacon. The spices are mixed even today by hand and give it's own note to the bacon. Also the pickle- and smoking process are vital for the good taste.
With the Tirol ham Villgrater we define a customary cooking ham, earlier known as Easter ham. By the dry pickle-process and the strong smoking the Trioler ham develops a strong, unmistakeable aroma.