Grüner Veltliner (Green Veltliner) has been cultivated since roman times. It prospers in meager, as well as in mineral-rich soils, but it requires a sunny autumn to complete its ripening and to reach its full flavor potential.
In South Tyrol, in the Valle Isarco some winemakers have specialized in the production of Grüner Veltliner. They produce wines with fruity zest with notes of pepper, which smell like wildflowers and meadow herbs. This complex mixture of flavors and scents makes for a really special, interesting distillate Zu Plun. The pomace for this variety of grappa also comes Köferer Hof.
Stylistics: To start, the fruitiness and floweriness of Gewürztraminer, long lasting, slightly fruity.
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.
Ham bacon butchery Hell, finest, fragrantly, spicy smoking bacon speck.
This "Hunter's tea" is made with selected raw materials, following an ancient family recipe. For cold days: add three parts of boiling water to one part of Hunter's Tea and the magic drink is ready. It warms you up and is good.
The making of Schüttelbrot is inextricably entwined with the history of South Tyrol. This rustic family recipe has been handed down generation to generation. Our 'Bauern Schüttelbrot' is made with light rye flour and carefully improved with caraway and fennel - 100% natural crunching fun, of course.
With its unmistakable, delicious flavour, the evergreen rosemary simultaneously aids the lipid metabolism, combats tiredness, and increases your blood pressure. Do your body a favour with the original rosemary-flavoured Schüttelbrot Fritz & Felix - 100% natural crunching fun.