Cheese bliss the Upper Venosta Valley (Val Venosta/Vinschgau)
The highest mountain in South Tyrol's Alps lends Mila Ortler Cheese its name. It is made exclusively pure fresh milk of the Upper Venosta Valley, and is produced in accordance with time-honoured traditions.
After about 60 days of ripening, Mila Ortler Cheese forms an uneven brown rind. Its firm consistency, irregular eyes, distinctive milky flavour and mild aroma add up to a unique South Tyrol specialty cheese that is both satisfying and versatile.
Typically for these classical South Tyrolean sausages are their spice and the light garlic taste. The fine garlic taste enriches the sausages which can be used many-sided for warm dishes.
Soft cheese bovine milk, Appearance: square-shapes - washed rind, Aroma: mushrooms - sweaty odour, Flavour: mild - buttery - sweet - strong-flavoured - intensity increases with maturation, Consistency: very soft, Maturation: 10 weeks in the natural cellar in wooden crates
Colour: strong garnet red. Aroma: invitingly open and multi-layered with violets, chocolate, ripe damsons, cloves. Taste: elegant with velvety structure, soft tannins, light bitter almond tones, youthful freshness, rustic elegance, unpretentious yet cosmopolitan: the perfect symbiosis of the traditional and the modern
Without a doubt, the Pinot Bianco is one of the leading South Tyrolean white wines, especially in our area of cultivation, since this area provides the ideal conditions for wine of the highest quality. With its bright yellow colour with green reflections, this wine expresses the full grandeur of this variety. It has balanced aromas, a strong and pleasantly dry flavour, with fresh acidity and a pleasing smoothness. A wine which, when served chilled, is the ideal accompaniment to fish and white meat dishes