Elegant and stylish, matured in traditional oak casks
Grape varieties: Merlot
Colour: Deep ruby
Nose: Concentrated, fresh and spicy with elegant fruit aromas reminiscent of woodland berry fruits, minty with hints of dark chocolate combined with light oak
Flavour: Full bodied and supple cut by vibrant acidity; endowed with firm tannins and spice
Notes: A full-bodied, rich and eminently drinkable Merlot
Winemaking and maturation: In traditional, large oak casks
Analitical data: Alcohol: 10.50% vol, Total acidity: 5.3 g/l, Residual sugar: -
Serve Goes well with: Cool, 16°-18°C A broad range of meat dishes such as steaks or roasts, grilled or fried red meats and mature cheeses
yr. 2001 Vinum Wine Magazine:
15 of 20 Points.
"Vinum Wine Magazine" has rated the wine "Elena Walch Merlot Alto Adige" from the vintage 2001 on 01.04.2004 with 15 of 20 points.
yr. 2006 CellarTracker:
83 of 100 Points.
"CellarTracker" has rated the wine "Elena Walch Merlot Alto Adige" from the vintage 2006 with 83 of 100 points.
Basic material for this culinary speciality is the imperial part of the pig. With the rosemary on the surface develops the incomparable taste.
The cheese, which is soft in texture and contains small holes, takes its natural, balanced flavour the creamy high-altitude milk which conceals all the fascinating secrets of traditional cheese-making processes in this area.
The salami Bengalino is made of very thin meat, coarse-grained