This Lagrein is characterised by a lively ruby red colour and a variety of aromas reminiscent of ripe red fruits. A full, pleasantly warm and intense wine with a velvety softness. A red wine of distinction, unique in its way, and only to be found in South Tyrol. It goes exceedingly well with meat, roasts and spicy cheeses, but it is also a wine to savour and for meditation, above all when it is drunk following several years of ageing and maturation in the bottle.
VINEYARDS: In Gries, the typical area of Lagrein next to Bolzano
VINIFICATION: Fermentation in stainless steel tanks and 15 months in big oak tanks
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
Alcoholic content: 13.50 %
yr. 2008 Vinous Antonio Galloni:
88 of 100 Points.
"Vinous Antonio Galloni" has rated the wine "St. Michael-Eppan San Michele Appiano Lagrein Sudtirol - Alto Adige, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy" from the vintage 2008 on 01.08.2010 with 88 of 100 points.
yr. 2004 Wine Spectator:
85 of 100 Points.
"Wine Spectator" has rated the wine "St. Michael-Eppan San Michele Appiano Lagrein Sudtirol - Alto Adige, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy" from the vintage 2004 on 30.06.2007 with 85 of 100 points.
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