The Riesling vine produces its best fruit in cooler climates. This is why this variety has become especially popular in Germany, where it takes up a fifth of all cultivated land, but like all varieties of grapevines that thrive in porous, mineral-rich soils which allow for good aeration and cool nights, the Riesling is right at home in Italy's northernmost vineyards at Bressanone.
Therefore, the cultivation of this variety has increased notably in northern Italy. The reasons for this increase in production are the quality of the grape and the search for our own regionally characteristic Riesling. These wines identify themselves through an ethereal fragrance and lively taste.
Florian Rabanser distills an equally captivating Riesling grappa of outstanding quality the Riesling pomace acquired Köferer Hof in Novacella.
Stylistics: The multifaceted fruit scent of the Riesling is also present in this grappa. It has notes of peach, apricot, quince, and green apple. It tastes full-bodied and characteristic, at the same time, it is surprisingly smooth.
Smelling of grapes, fresh, slight Pronounced varietal fullness, tepid with dry spices and pleasant acidity.
Just like the wine, the Kerner Grappa the distillery Zu Plun smells very conservative, low-key. On the palate though, it is dry, full-bodied, and very present. In the end, this distillation exhibits a typical profile with a taste similar to nutmeg.
It smells warm and complex with elegant floral notes.
To start, the fruitiness and floweriness of Gewürztraminer, long lasting, slightly fruity.
Decently spicy cut-cheese the alpine dairy Three Mountains - Dobbiaco