PRODUCTION AREA: The majority of the grapes are grown near to Bolzano, at the entrance to Valle Isarco at an altitude of 550 m above sea level on sandy soils based porphyry. And a small part of the vines grows on the hillside vineyards of Cornaiano at altitudes ranging 450 to 500 m above sea level in well aired vineyards. The area in which they are grown is rich in minerals, the result of ice age sedimentation.
WINEMAKING: The grapes are picked by hand and placed in small containers to prevent excess pressure on the grapes. Gentle pressing and clarification of the must by natural sedimentation. Fermentation in stainless steel vats at a controlled temperature, without malolactic fermentation. Aging on the lees in steel vats.
TASTING NOTES & FOOD MATCHING: Müller Thurgau is the result of a crossing between Riesling and Sylvaner. The bunches are fine and have green-yellowish fragrant grapes. The wine's delicate note of aromatic walnut and moderate acidity are highly appreciated. This wine is best served with hors d'oeuvres, seafood, grilled fish and white meat.
Allergic-Info: This wine can contain sulfites
The production of "Schüttelbrot" begins with the preparation of a very soft dough. After short rest time the baker with skilled hand forms round dough-forms which weigh according to size of the end product between 50 and 200 gr...
The color is ruby red; in the bouquet we have almonds, violets and red fruits; the taste is mild, with soft tannins and a fine, stimulating finish.
Spicy flavour, digestive. This South Tryolean cap grappa is produced according to a traditional recipe. This South Tryolean cap grappa is produced according to a traditional recipe. The mountain pine (pinus pumillionis) is derived certified organic wildcraft.
Kofler Speck is a South Tyrolean family enterprise with passion for bacon, sausages and meat products. After traditional and transmitted recipe refined generations and with very modern processing technologies we produce for over 30 years decent bacon, spicy Kaminwurzen (smoked sausages), Gselchtes (smoked cattle ham) and other high-class specialities.
The Dwarf pine grows in the Dolomites on an altitude of 1200 - 2700 m and is well known and appreciated because of its soothing and digestive characteristics. The fresh pine cones are collected between May and June and afterwards put into cold, fresh grappa for about 45 days. Our Dwarf pine grappa is further characterised by its intense flavour and - thanks to the pine cones - also by the traditional woody fragrance.
Among the Vernatsch varieties, Grauvernatsch has particularly noticeable and delicate aromas. These light and agreeable character make it a pleasure to drink.