Ruby to dark garnet red with slightly violet tones, pleasant bouquet typical for this kind of wine, light smell of violet, vanilla and dark forest berries, harsh-fruity in the palate, substantial and smoothly with a fine, velvety aroma and soft tannic acids.
Recommended dishes: fits very well to strong dishes, game and spicy cheeses.
Preparation: carefully selected grapes, traditional maize fermentation in the steel barrel with careful circulation of the grape shells and next maceration. Maturation and development in the big oaken barrel for approx. 12 months.
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
Alcoholic content: 13.00 %
Colour: intensive golden yellow, Aroma: ripe aromas with quinces, ripe grapes, some straw and hay, acacia honey, butter and caramel, Taste: elegant with balanced acidic base, very salty and minerally, full and fresh, playful, invitingly drinkable, elegant, long finish; with the basic structure of a white Burgundy, the 2018 White is a new and successful interpretation of a great white wine cuvée.
To deserve a "Reserve" label, the grapes selected to produce this wine must ensure a minimum natural alcohol content at least one degree higher than classic Teroldego Rotaliano. But that's not all. Before being bottled and put on the market, the wine must spend a mandatory ageing period of at least two years in our cellar, partly maturing in large oak barrels and partly in small oak casks called "barriques". This is what we mean by traditional style Teroldego; the wine is aged in wooden barrels, which nonetheless do not absolutely affect the wine's natural taste or fruit characteristics.
The Schiava grape is a varietal specific to South Tyrol and has a subtle and delicate aroma. With its reserved character, the Schiava is able to highlight every delicious dish. The Gschleier vineyards distinguish themselves by vineyards that are now more than 100 years old.
In order to assure the full forest flavour for the production of our special raspberry distillate, we only use raspberries grown at at high altitudes.