GRAPE VARIETY: Gewürztraminer
VINEYARD LOCATION: The hills of Kurtatsch
CHARACTERISTICS: An unmistakably full-bodied, spicy white wine.
COLOR: Straw yellow to golden yellow
RECOMMENDED PAIRINGS: With lobster, crab, and Asian cuisine; also suitable as an aperitif and at dessert.
SERVING TEMPERATURE: 11-12° C. (52-54° F.)
ABOUT THE WINE: the thirteenth century up to the early Modern Era, "Traminer" was the best known wine what is now South Tyrol. Over the course of centuries, the vines their village of origin, Tramin, have spread all over the entire world and are now known as Gewürztraminer. On the hills above Kurtatsch with a southern exposure, the highly aromatic Gewürztraminer has found its ideal habitat: chalky and clay soils! This is where a fullbodied wine is born with a powerful backbone and a highly concentrated, weighty aroma. A prominent mineral vein lends a lasting freshness to the almost oily body that is scented with roses, magnolias, and lychees.
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
A very special wine. Once tasted, never forgotten - so ple - asing is its aromatic richness and strength. Fine spices, cloves and the gentle fragrance of roses characterise and emphasise the traits and the overall elegance of this im - pressive wine. It is here, on the hills between Appiano and Termeno, that the Gewürztraminer grape originated. The wine is an ideal accompaniment to fish dishes, especially crustaceans, lobster and crab, or to foie gras and other pâtès. Yet it is also a fine wine for enjoying on its own.
Color: Light straw yellow in colour with greenish reflections Bouquet: This wine features the typical mildly fruity bouquet reminiscent of ripe wild apples and the scent of acacia flowers Flavour: Its taste on the palate is decidedly fruity with a bright and zesty finish
VOGLAR is the old name of the area where the vineyard of the property is located.
Of finely spicy beef and pork bottled in natural bowel, smoked and matured for some days, this proves the probably best known raw sausage speciality in the Alps, the so-called Kaminwurze. The choice of the best raw materials and the processing after old tradition guarantees a maximum in quality.
bright yellow to golden yellow in hue, this wine has a distinctive bouquet of ripe grapes and candied fruits complemented by fine notes of honey, oriental spices, sage and rose. A full-bodied and harmonious white with a long finish.
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.