Winename: The Eisack river is the main tributary of the Etsch (Adige), and its river valley is called the Eisack-Tal. It rises at the Brenner pass and runs into the Etsch at Bozen. Ancient authors called the river 'Isarcus' or 'Isargus'. Only Strabo called it 'Atagis' rather than Isarcus. Since the 12th century the German settlers gradually changed the name to Ysages, Ysac and Ysach, which became Eysach in the 13th century, later Eisack. Our 'Kalter Keller' wine estate consisting of 1.5 hectares is situated in the southern part of this valley where wine-growing has been carried on for millenniums and where there is a strong connection between the valley, the river and local wine-growing. For this reason we have chosen this ancient name for our Gewürztraminer.
Grape variety: 100% Gewürztraminer
Soil: Sandy, limy soils
Yield: 45 hl/ha
Total quantity: 1.770 lt.
Vinification: In stainless steel tanks for 25 days at 17° - 19°C. Type of yeast:
Recommended: As an aperitif and with mild flavoured meat dishes, foie gras and desserts. To serve at: 11° - 13° C
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
Color: brilliant pale yellow with green nuances. Smell: Green apple and white peach combine with fine nuances of lemon balm and mint to create the typical aroma of the classic Terlano. Taste: Peach is very strong on the palate, too, lending the Terlano its lively but at the same time very mellow character. The multifaceted, well structured flavor derives an interplay of freshness and minerality and also has a wonderfully persistent finish.
The wine presents a bright, golden yellow with green reflections. The nose is evocative of peaches and elderberry blossoms with fine citrus notes. On the palate, it reveals a lively flavor full of finesse, with good acidity and hints of mineral.
A prominent mineral vein lends a lasting freshness to the almost oily body that is scented with roses, magnolias, and lychees.