Deion: This strong ruby- to garnet-red wine has a light note of violets. Its taste is rich in fine tannins; it is harmonious on the palate, with a full body and a velvety finish. The Lagrein draws its character and noble spicy notes in particular its aging in small oak barrels.
Vinification: Maturation in the tank takes eight days, with continuous "punching down" of the marc head. The process is finalised in around five days in a steel tank at a regulated temperature. The wine is then aged in small oak barrels for 15 months.
Recommended with: Ideal with substantial dishes, dark meats, game, game birds and hard cheeses
Awards: 2017 Luca Maroni 2017 - PI: 89 - 2011 Enogea - 85 - 2009 I vini di Veronelli - 2 Stelle
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
yr. 2013 Falstaff Magazin:
87 of 100 Points.
"Falstaff Magazin" has rated the wine "Ansitz Pfitscher 'Brenntal' Lagrein Riserva Sudtirol - Alto Adige, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy" the vintage 2013 on 06.07.2017 with 87 of 100 points.
yr. 2012 Falstaff Magazin:
91 of 100 Points.
"Falstaff Magazin" has rated the wine "Ansitz Pfitscher 'Brenntal' Lagrein Riserva Sudtirol - Alto Adige, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy" the vintage 2012 on 23.06.2015 with 91 of 100 points.
Alcoholic content: 13.00 %
Terlano Vineyards is particularly renowned for its white wines, which are fruity, with big body, full complexity and longevity
An unusual white wine, considered one of the best and most distinguished in the world, which has found a second home in Oltradige. Crystal-Clear, with a yellow-green colour, it is characterised by intense fragrant aromas reminiscent of fresh peaches. With its elegant and dry flavour, its find and captivating acidity combined with its lively, full-bodied quality are very tempting. A wine simply for pleasure, as an aperitif and as an accompaniment to a whole variety of fish dishes.
Color: brilliant pale yellow with green nuances. Smell: Green apple and white peach combine with fine nuances of lemon balm and mint to create the typical aroma of the classic Terlano. Taste: Peach is very strong on the palate, too, lending the Terlano its lively but at the same time very mellow character. The multifaceted, well structured flavor derives an interplay of freshness and minerality and also has a wonderfully persistent finish.