Varietal: Gewürztraminer Vineyards and soil Freiberg, near Merano/ Meran: westfacing slope with soil over bedrock, 500 metres above sea level. Laimburg ruins: south and southeast facing slopes with sandy alluvial and porphyry soils, 300-350 metres above sea level. Seeburg, near Bressanone/Brixen: southwest slope with sandy soil, 550 metres above sea level.
Training Form: Espalier
Vinification: After light pressing and low-temperature fermentation in stainless steel, the young wine is aged on the lees for five months before bottling.
Description: Light yellow in colour with gold highlights, with a delicate bouquet of exotic fruit, such as lychee, and roses. Forceful, yet well balanced, with a long finish.
Serving Suggestion: Chilled to 12° C, an ideal aperitif that also pairs well with risotto, shellfish and other seafood, or spicy Asian recipes as well as sharp cheeses.
a considered low crop quantity and maturing in Tonneaux; ruby to dark garnet colour; typical for variety and pleasant on the palate; soft and elegant, 12 month maturation in Tonneaux. Best paired: to game, wild poultry, darker meats and cheeses.
The splendid and intensive rose aroma with light untertones of vanilla is enough to inspire even extremely spoilt palates. An impessive finish.
Toblacher pole cheese dairy Three Peaks, mild decent cut-cheese, matured at least 6 weeks.
The cheese, which is soft in texture and contains small holes, takes its natural, balanced flavour the creamy high-altitude milk which conceals all the fascinating secrets of traditional cheese-making processes in this area.