Grape varieties: Pinot Bianco with Müller Thurgau and Sauvignon Bianco
Production area: hillside vineyards at Tramin and in the surrounding area
Soils: light-textured marl
Wine-making: The grapes are gently pressed on delivery, the juice is cleared by natural sedimentation, after which fermentation takes place at a constant 20 °C.
Organoleptic characteristics: Bright, vivid pale yellow in colour with green reflexes. On the nose the aromas are clear-cut, reminiscent of freshly-picked apples, lemon grass, with a light hint of vanilla. After brief contact with oxygen in the glass the wine develops intense floral and nutty aromas. On the palate it is vivacious, fresh with refreshing, perfectly harmonious acidity; the flowery aromas follow through; excellent structure and length. de Vite is a stylish fresh and easily enjoyable white wine, best enjoyed while it retains its youthful freshness.
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
Alcoholic content: 10.50 %
Small but tasty! The mini-Schüttelbrot is a small version of the traditional Schüttelbrot and it is Trenker's true strong point. The Mini-Schüttelbrot is ideal in your free time for snacks, during a walk or on the ski slopes, but it is also a snack that is highly appraised by students and other people who do intellectual work. This original Trenker product is also fat-free and contains no flavour enhancers or preservatives.
Delicatamente Lightly bitter, with delicate perlage and thick froth, it is fit for every occasion
Müller Thurgau is a delicately aromatic white wine, greenish to pale yellow in color, flowery, lightly herbaceous with a hint of Muscat, dry fresh and aromatic on the palate.
A fine, intense aroma supported by a full but at the same time, harmonious body are characteristics of this grape varietal. "Nouvelle cuisine" offers many more opportunities to enhance the characteristics of this wine, or we suggest the Gewürztraminer with spicy Asian food.
The "Traminer" was known in German speaking areas as far back as the 13th century. Today it ranges amongst the most popular South Tyrolean wines. As the name itself implies, the Gewürztraminer has its roots in the small village of Tramin. Steep slopes - selected by the chief winemaker himself - yield a wine, which seduces with intense fruitiness, a full body and zesty richness.