Original Toblacher pole cheese the dairy Three Peaks
We offer to you here approx. 500 gr. of a real Toblacher pole cheese, made after traditional preion of daily freshly put raw milk and high-class-checked rennet. The Toblacher pole cheese is a mild, decent cut-cheese with pea-shaped punching whose ripening period amounts at least 6 weeks.
The Toblacher pole, as it is called affectionate, is also suited very well as a grill cheese: a thick slice of it briefly done on the grill, allow to brown on both sides, and ready is the delicacy; not to imagine as not existing as an addition to polenta with mushrooms or simply as good "Brettljause" any more.
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This particular wine is very rich and concentrated, full, deep ruby in colour with intense, almost aggressive herbaceous aromas which evolve and become warm and generous with maturity. They remain intense even after the wine has been in the glass for a considerable time. On the palate it is rich and dry, herbaceous, earthy and long due to its fi rm, tannic structure, characteristics which will enable this wine to mature magnifi cently in bottle for at least a year or two, evolving, mellowing and developing complexity.
This wine is made carefully selected Gewürztraminer grapes, which comes the area of St. Pauls called St. Justina. It has a delicate, aromatic and warm-spicy flavour which reminiscent of cinnamon, nutmeg, and rose petals. It is rich and round on the palate and is one of South Tyrol's best known wines.
Soft cheese bovine milk, Appearance: small round forms - bright white interior, Aroma: neutral, Flavour: aromas begin to develop when the cheese is grilled, Consistency: creamy, Maturation: 1 week in the refining cell.
Attractive greenish highlights complement a luminous straw-yellow colour. The wine offers a superbe, richly-faceted nose, with an intense, lively fruitiness offering scents of ripe grape and peach, plus abundant tropical fruit banana, citron and grapefruit. That crisp liveliness marks the palate too, with its pleasurable tartness, a dryness softened around the edges, and the lightest hint vanilla hovering throughout.