Grape variety: Lagrein - Alto Adige DOC
Production area: hillsides around Tramin and Ora
Wine-making: The grapes are destemmed and the must is macerated with the skins for one day, after which the mass is pressed. By this means the must absorbs only part of the grape's rich colour, yielding this typical seductive rosé wine.
Organoleptic characteristics: It is a typical South Tyrolean product and the perfect expression of this native vine, extremely delicious and easy to enjoy. Unlike numerous other insipid rose coloured wines, this is a rosé with strong personality, freshness, fragrant, similar to a fine white wine but with the rich fruit and roundness of a young red intended for early drinking. Bright and full rosé in colour, clear fruit on the nose, clear-cut and harmonious with fresh, mouth-watering acidity. A very seductive wine, best enjoyed at cellar temperature.
Goes especially well with: appetisers, smoked fish, white meats and bollito misto (mixed boiled meats)
This Reserve gives a compact and concentrated wine with a dark red colour and soft tannins. The typical aromas are Chocolate, Coffee, Vanilla and Violets.
The preparation of the Sarntaler "hunters" occurs of pure pork with low fat portion. They mature of course in the Sarntaler mountain air and are not smoked. They distinguish themselves with a special mildness. They are not sensitive to warmth and are suited especially for longer wanderings as a miraculous meal. Easily in the weight, practically to take, nutritious in the salary.
For gourmets a confidential tip! The mild Sarntaler handle has a ripening period of three months and is produced in the in-house buchtery by well-chosen leg shares.