PRODUCTION AREA: Sandy, warm and deep soils such as the ones we find in the Bassa Atesina are ideal for Lagrein. The Lagrein vine is native to Alto Adige and grows throughout the Val d'Adige. The Pinot Noir and Schiava grapes are grown on the hillside vineyards of Cornaiano at an altitudes ranging 450 to 500 m above sea level in well aired vineyards.
WINEMAKING: The grapes are picked by hand and placed in small containers to prevent excess pressure on the grapes. After destemming and maceration of 12 hours, a part of the grapes are gently pressed. The remaining part comes a juice extraction high quality grapes. Aging in stainless steel tanks for 5 months.
TASTING NOTES & FOOD MATCHING: A delicate pleasant Rosé wine with a hint of strawberry. Ideal with mediterranean cuisine, as an aperitif or paired with appetizers.
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
Alcoholic content: 12.00 %
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