Weinberg Dolomiten White - Cuvée of 3 local white grape varieties
Wine growing area: These vines grow on the sunny hills of the Upper Etsch Valley and the Lowlands, at an altitude of about 250 - 450 metres.
Vinification: The different grapes are delivered to the winery separately. There, after a short maceration period, they are gently pressed, clarified and individually fermented in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature of 20°C.
Recommended with: The full variety of flavours is best revealed when our "Lenz" is drunk as an aperitif or enjoyed with light starters, pasta dishes, risotto or fish. Like this, its fine bouquet can unfold, prompting your tastebuds to burst into bloom.
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
Alcoholic content: 11.00 %
Balm vinegar Il Buon Condimento Dodi Acetaia, light, unobstrusive taste, optimally for turning on salads, as a dip of vegetable stripe and Carpaccio
The "Extra" quality was born a careful selection of olives that boast the maximum characteristics of the selected quality. Harvested on the Venetian hills once ripe, they are processed with the traditional cold extraction system. This oil of the fragrant taste and fruity scent, is of deep green colour with golden reflexes.
Colour: light, fresh, golden yellow; Aroma: intensely varied bouquet with fresh rose petals, dried apricots, honey and elegantly spicy notes. Taste: round, teases the palate, luscious, pleasantly spicy and salty with fine notes and an intensively elegant finish.
This Aperitiv comes originally (1964) Crodo, hence, also there comes the name Crodino. Here in Italy it is the most popular aperitif without alcohol which is enjoyed at every time of day. In the taste it is velvety-bitter, similarly to an Amaro (bitters) without even containing a drop of alcohol. The Crodino best of all tastes chilled