Characteristic: Our Cuvee of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot is aged for one year in wood, and then bottled. Cabernet belongs to the most full-bodied red wine varieties, has a garnet to dark garnet color, an earthy aroma, and slightly herbal flavor. The varietal Merlot originally comes France, is a lighter, dry red wine of garnet to dark garnet color. Overtones of black currants, dried fruit, chocolate, green bell pepper, cedar and tobacco predominate in this cuvee.
Recommendation: This wine is ideal with red meats, game and piquant cheeses.
Serving temperature: 16-18° C
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
yr. 2010 Wine & Spirits Magazine:86 of 100 Points."Wine & Spirits Magazine" has rated the wine "Kellerei Kaltern Cabernet - Merlot Sudtiroler, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy" from the vintage 2010 on 01.08.2012 with 86 of 100 points.
Alcoholic content: 11.00 %
yr. 2010 Wine & Spirits Magazine:
86 of 100 Points.
"Wine & Spirits Magazine" has rated the wine "Kellerei Kaltern Cabernet - Merlot Sudtiroler, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy" from the vintage 2010 on 01.08.2012 with 86 of 100 points.
Fresh and sweet flavour, tipical wood notes, light resinous aroma. Intensive and very long finish.
A particular speciality; it is born in an uncontaminated landscape of mountains and valleys, growth in the fresh crisp air of the Alps and is improved by the centenarian and traditional ability of the local producers. Trancio IGP by weight variable. 350 gr. of goodness of the Alto Adige, the regular shape, is a precious help in kitchen be like ingredient than like fanciful appetizer.
The complex aroma of wood honeydrew, is accentuated turn to medium-textured cheese, dry cheese, not too fat, but also goes well with boiled meats in warm milk brings out the malty component.
The mixture Special Bar is the result of an accurate selection between the best variedness of raw coffees. The soft and complete taste give this coffee, the prominent aroma personalised of the true espresso toasted italian-like.
A mixture studied purposely to obtain a coffee expressed by the intense and decided taste.
Those who have a little patience and can cellar their "Kirchhügel" Cabernet for a length of time will be rewarded with tertiary aromas that are reminiscent of an oriental tea ceremony: cedar, suede, tobacco, roasted hazelnuts, sponge cake, and dried blackberries.