The variety Kerner is a hybrid of Schiava and Riesling, first cultivated at the viticultural school of Weinsberg, Germany in 1930. The vines thrive on the light, gravelly and sandy soils of the Isarco river valley. The local and highly beneficial microclimate is formed by steep slopes, a lot of sunshine and cool temperatures at night
Grape variety: Kerner
Cultivating area: Steep, sun-exposed slopes on Renon at 600 – 800 m
Harvest date: Beginning of October
Vinification: Gentle pressing and fermentation in stainless steel; maturation in stainless steel to keep the wine fresh and crisp
Color: Straw yellow with shades of green
Aroma: Intense, light nutmeg aroma, scent of peach, apricot and tangerine
Flavor: dry, crisp and juicy
Serving temperature: 8-10 °C
Food pairing: Pair with light appetizers, egg or mushroom dishes. Excellent with freshwater fish and steamed seafood or when enjoyed as an aperitif
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
Alcoholic content: 13.00 %
Pale yellow with greenish reflexes, on the nose it is intense and warm, well structured on the palate supported by Muscat-like fruit and a firm acid backbone.
On the palate it is vivacious, fresh with refreshing, perfectly harmonious acidity; the flowery aromas follow through; excellent structure and length. de Vite is a stylish fresh and easily enjoyable white wine, best enjoyed while it retains its youthful freshness.
Fine, well-balanced Cuvée white Burgundian, Ruländer and Sauvignon. The result is a fruit-stressed, thoroughbred white wine which brings his origin the slopes of the Meraner wine-growing area clearly to expression. Cuvée wais shows discreet aromatic marks, smells of sage, nectarines and fresh apple. In the drink he fills the palate nicely, owns fine fruit glaze and in the finale discreetly mineral marks. There one wants to enjoy immediately the second gulp!
A fine, intense aroma supported by a full but at the same time, harmonious body are characteristics of this grape varietal. "Nouvelle cuisine" offers many more opportunities to enhance the characteristics of this wine, or we suggest the Gewürztraminer with spicy Asian food.
The EWA blend (Elena WAlch) steps up in strong yellow and a delicate, aromatically distinguished bouquet of floral notes, some rose petals and spicy herbal notes. Fresh and youthfully light, characterized by the blend, it is convincing on the palate with elegant and juicy structure as well as a stimulating finish. Matching: Serve as an aperitif, hearty first courses, white meats and asian cousine.
The "Traminer" was known in German speaking areas as far back as the 13th century. Today it ranges amongst the most popular South Tyrolean wines. As the name itself implies, the Gewürztraminer has its roots in the small village of Tramin. Steep slopes - selected by the chief winemaker himself - yield a wine, which seduces with intense fruitiness, a full body and zesty richness.