Grape variety: Lagrein
Colour: strong garnet red
Aroma: invitingly open and multi-layered with violets, chocolate, ripe damsons, cloves
Taste: elegant with velvety structure, soft tannins, light bitter almond tones, youthful freshness, rustic elegance, unpretentious yet cosmopolitan: the perfect symbiosis of the traditional and the modern
Vineyards: Bozen, 260 m above sea level deep, sandy alluvial soils, facing south
Vine training: with guyot and pergel Vinification temperature-controlled fermentation in stainless steel at 29°C for 8 days, maturation in large wooden barrels of up to 30-50 hl for at least 6 months
Recommended with: game dishes (venison, chamois...), all types of roast meats, grilled meat dishes, sirloin steak with herb butter...
Drinking temperature: 14-16°C
Best consumed: within 3 years
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
Hard cheese bovine raw milk, Appearance: refined with algae, Aroma: salty - citrus fruit, Flavour: sweet yet salty, Consistency: very soft and tempting, Maturation: 3 months - 1 year, bunker
soft cheese goat's milk, Appearance: washed rind - bright white interior, Aroma: hints of animal and vegetable (broccoli scent), Flavour: and vegetable (broccoli scent) tends towards salty - strong aromas, Consistency: soft - silky, Maturation: 4 weeks in the natural cellar
His typically red colour and his refreshing taste make Sanbittèr an ideal component of cocktails.
This Aperitiv comes originally (1964) Crodo, hence, also there comes the name Crodino. Here in Italy it is the most popular aperitif without alcohol which is enjoyed at every time of day. In the taste it is velvety-bitter, similarly to an Amaro (bitters) without even containing a drop of alcohol. The Crodino best of all tastes chilled
Table Parmesan - an original Italian Stravecchio. The cheese is compact in his structure with little punching, like the Grana (Parmesan). With increasing maturity this cheese tends to become emery and fragile.