The South Tyrol produces high quality fruit. Small Marille apricots, damsons and the famous Williams pears are specialities that are famous all over the world. That is why they are packed specially and are bottled traditionally in stout "apothecaries' bottles".
Alcohol degree: 40 %
Alcoholic content: 40.00 %
Gastronomic product made of bread and cheese, typical of Alto Adige. Excellent with broth. Also ideal with sauerkraut, sausage, knuckle, cooked pork or vegetables. Also delicious with melted butter and Parmesan cheese.
Colour: intensive, dark garnet red. Aroma: complex and multi-layered, ripe berry aromas with cherries and barberries, tangy notes of tobacco and leather, elements of liquorice and eucalyptus, forest soils, dense and full. Taste: convincing structure, finesse and character, soft and velvety nature combined with concentration and extract, finely integrated acidic base, pronounced tannins, fresh and invitingly drinkable, persistent quality - truly one of the most authentic and best interpretations of the native South Tyrolean Lagrein grape
Color: deep ruby to garnet red with a delicate shimmer of violet. Smell: The aroma reveals earthy, minerally notes masterfully underpinned with fruit components, with morello cherry and plum jam dominating. Taste: These peaty, spicy and yet velvety fruit notes also intrigue the palate, where this Lagrein Riserva presents itself with multilayered opulence and great complexity.
The climate, the spring water and the soil of this marvelous island add quality and prestige to this product of the highest level: stone milling with dry system at low revolutions to avoid overheating of the product and preserving its organoleptic properties , slow extrusion, bronze drawing, long drying times (30-48 hours) at low temperatures, manual packaging do the rest.