Gotten in the first November decade of hand picked olives of the sorts Frantoio (60-70%), Moraiolo (15-20%), as well as Leccino, Maurino and Pendolino which are pressed directly coldly to preserve the fresh nuances of the not absolutely mature fruits.
This olive oil with extremely low acidity and an excellent taste picture is chilly stored and filtered before the marketing through cotton, to avoid the natural depot of the amniotic fluid which would influence the original quality of the oil with the time.
Original sardinian sheep's milk cheese with short ripening period of 20 - to 60 days. Compact consistency, little punching, white, softy, the taste slightly mawkishly and fragrantly.
A wine with international style, produced only in good years the best grapes. This vouches for its excellent reputation. The wine has a gold-yellow colour, with a pronounced vanilla tone that arises its maturation in small oak casks and strong aromas of ripe fruits, this Chardonnay also establishes itself on the palate, strong and rich, with a pleasant fullness of body. Its refinement is especially distinguished and sets it apart. A Chardonnay for those who are seeking an especially unique wine, to enjoy either by itself or as companion to refined dishes of sophisticated cuisines, and one which will turn into an even more special experience after several years of additional maturation in the bottle.
The Pinot Bianco - the most important and typical of all the South Tyrolean grape varieties - has now been promoted to the top of the St. Valentin range. The St. Valentin has a clear, straw colour with slightly green reflections. It smells delightfully of intensive and typical fruit aromas: ripe app - les and pears combined with melons and a trace of a fine vanilla fragrance. Concentrated and with a wonderful strength and richness, refined and clear in its way, its structure appears refresh- ing despiete the maturation in wood: the Pinot Bianco St. Valentin is a wine which is set to become a real talking point.
As a rule, our South Tyrolean Mini-Schüttelbrot is eaten between meals (during a so-called 'Jause' or 'Brotzeit') or rather during a light afternoon meal (the South Tyrolean 'Marende'). It makes of course a perfect accompaniment to wine and beer.