Grape type: Fresh marc of schiava, merlot and lagrein, stone pine cones
Appearance: Light red, due to the addition of the stone pine cones.
Aromatic profile: Light flavour.
Taste: Persistent, slightly alcoholic, great balance between the destillate and the stone pine cones.
Alcoholic strength: 40% Vol.
Notes: The stone pine is a tree that usually grows on an altitude of 1800 m and is appreciated for its digestive and soothing properties. The cones are left to infuse cold in fresh grappa with stone pine cones that will confer the traditional red colour. Spicy and unique flavour.
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Tartufo Dolci Neri 200 gr. - Antica Torroneria Piemontese
Colour: strong garnet red. Aroma: invitingly open and multi-layered with violets, chocolate, ripe damsons, cloves. Taste: elegant with velvety structure, soft tannins, light bitter almond tones, youthful freshness, rustic elegance, unpretentious yet cosmopolitan: the perfect symbiosis of the traditional and the modern
A wine of international reputation, full of strength and complexity. An intense garnet red in colour, with the typical, characterstic scent of fresh grass, capsicum and liquorice. Hearty yet smooth, this wine is characterised by its tannins, whick are an important constituent for a long life and the corresponding maturation process. A wine for special occasions and for nourishing dishesand meal sophisticated cuisine whose potential - thanks to its long storage in the cellar - only increases.
Our Golden Muscat is a fine, aromatic dessert wine with a yellow to golden color. Pleasant aromas of musk roses overlay a markedly sweet structure. Ethereal essences of citrus fruits and baked apples arise as the wine opens. This dessert wine is an ideal partner to beignets, strudel and cake, and, in its drier embodiment, as an aperitif.
Typical South Tyrolean red wine made the Schiava grape, with a strong ruby to garnet red colour. Its bouquet is characterised by a broad palette as fruity aromas, forest fruits through to cherries, which then open up and intensify on the palate. Delicate and yet at the same time with a strong structure, this St. Magdalener is a pleasant, tempting wine. It goes especially well with roasts, game and spicy cheeses. It gains in strength and intensity when aged in the cellar.