Producer: Moosbrugger, Bregenzer Wald, Vorarlberg
Cheese type: hard cheese bovine raw milk
Appearance: strawy-yellow - cherry-sized air bubbles
Aroma: typical nutty aromas
Flavour: strong character - persistent
Consistency: very soft and rubbery
Maturation: 1 year in the natural cellar
It is produced using white grape Must, acetified and aged in oak barrels to get its typical amber colour. Its most striking feature is that it does not alter the colour of dishes but it adds a fruity and mildly acid aroma and flavour (excellent to replace wine vinegar).
The raw material used, i.e. back fat, comes heavy pigs bred in Italy. The carefully selected lard varies in thickness 6 to 8 cm. The product is salted in brine. High quality spices and aromatic herbs are spread on its surface. Taste is savoury and slightly aromatic; aroma is inviting. Flavour: Aromatic
Fresh, fruity and noble - Our South Tyrolean summer wines. The wines we have selected today are serious yet enjoyable wines that will please any palate. They are refreshing,with moderate acidity and are best suited as terrace wines, as aperitifs or as accompaniments to light, Mediterranean cuisine.
Artisan breadsticks made pretzel dough. A temptingly crispy mix of Italian grissini and traditional pretzels. Perfect as an aperitif accompanied by cheese, bacon or sausage, for dipping and for the small appetite in between.