Grape Variety: Grauvernatsch
Cultivation Zone: Rentsch-St. Magdalena, Bozen.
Character: light ruby to deep ruby red colour, pleasant and fruity on the palate
Recommendations: 14-16°C (57-61°F) serving temperature
Best paired: ideal to appetizers, or to typical tyrolean fare such as speck and sausage, but also to lighter meats and mild cheeses.
the meat of the swine cheek is salted, peppered, lightly cold-smoked and put to mature into special premises. Perfect if cut thin, to cubes, as ingredient characterised for varied preparations of juices and condiments (carbonara, strained eggs, beans...)
The apples matured in the Vinschgau Valley sun are pressed by family Luggin to juice and are processed carefully to pure vinegar. Then this vinegar is refined with elder flowers the own garden. He fits very well to wild herb salads.
The aroma bouquet is intense and varied, reminiscent of the first fruits of summer: sweet cherries, wild strawberries, red currants.
This Schiava with its fine aroma, fruity perfume, colour and the bright red colour with its soft and discreet body is particularly important for the suitable for any tasty dish.