Production area: in and around the church of St. Justina at about 450m above sea level above the village of St. Pauls
Soil characteristics: sandy and clay-like, soil permeable to water and warms up easily.
Vine training system: Guyot (old vines)
Fermentation and finish: spontaneous fermentation and maturing in stainless steel tanks without sulphur for eight months, bottled at the end of August 2013 with a further maturing phase in the bottle.
Description: bright, light-coloured golden yellow. Discreet mature hints on the nose, aroma of candied pineapple, passion fruit and a little baked apple. Well-balanced palate, very mellow, subtle hints of rose petals and long, finale mineral tones.
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
Terlano Vineyards is particularly renowned for its white wines, which are fruity, with big body, full complexity and longevity
Color: light yellow with green reflexes. Smell: fruity bouquet, with nuances of elder-blossom underlined with gentle green bell pepper aromas. Taste: pleasant with a well balanced acidity and a delicate aftertaste.
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.
Medium ruby colour with garnet tints. Clean, uplifted berry character, young and quite plump aroma with some spiciness (pepper). Medium bodied, with soft fruit flavours and some light tannin and a little acidity on the finish giving a nice freshness.