Grape varieties: Chardonnay
Production area: Kreuth, Winkl, Montigl
Altitude: 300-600m a.s.l.
Soil: sandy, easy warming up porphyry-gravel
Vinification: must fermentation at controlled temperature in big oak casks; malolactic fermentation and ageing on fine yeast for 12 months
Color: yellow with green hues
Aroma: intensive bouquet with notes of apricots and tropical fruits
Taste: well balanced with a light trace of yeast and vanilla, persistent with a long finish
Alcohol: 13.5 % vol.
Drinking temperature: 12-14 ºC
The Lagrein has a fine and pleasant bouquet, reminiscent of violets. Its flavour is full, velvety and slightly bitter and it also keeps well. This is a wine that goes well with grilled and roast meats, game and spicy cheeses.
Color: intensive ruby to garnet red. Smell: The Pinot Noir presents itself as a multifaceted wine on the nose, where the delicate primary fruit aromas of wild strawberries and blackberries blend with restrained aromas of tobacco and flint, and notes of white field mushrooms. Taste: Well balanced with a mineral elegance that makes it dance on the palate. This red wine has a long and exciting finish.
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.
Color: clear pale yellow with a slight greenish shimmer. Smell: On the nose this classic Pinot Bianco scores with crisp notes of pear mingling with aromas of raspberry and lime, plus a touch of camomile and lemon grass to round off the composition. Taste: Body and balance sum up the Pinot Bianco, which intrigues the palate with the fruit of the pear and quince aromas combined with a salty minerality. The wine tickles the tongue and goes on to deliver a persistent aftertaste.